<Share Image via GO SMS>http://gosms.3g.cn/D?f=SKWXF8FYY00gO_ViaGoSMS
When images are shared via GO SMS, the link to the shared image will go dead after three days. In this particular case, the link to http://gosms.3g.cn/D?f=SKWXF8FYY00gO_ViaGoSMS has expired (it was a heart with an arrow when it was originally shared).
Trying to access a dead link will bring up a notice of expiration from GO SMS.
GO SMS is a popular mobile phone communications app because of its vast array of customizable options and functions. The name “GO SMS” may be misleading since SMS is only one of the features offered by the app.
SMS (short messaging service) is the technical name for what is most often referred to as “texting”. When the concept of SMS was being developed, technology was primitive by modern standards as is shown by the SMS limit of 160 characters.
In 1985 Friedhelm Hillebrand, a committee chairman of Global System for Mobile Communications, was tasked with establishing a maximum number of characters for SMS. He decided on 160 after research showed that most postcards and Telex messages were less than 150 characters. (Telex is like the great-grandfather of texting.)