SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Mar 7, 2013) - Messaging isn't boring. People share photos, videos, music, doodles, and anything else they can get their hands on, but they share over disparate channels, and it's clunky. No more. MessageMe has been quietly building an exponential improvement over traditional messaging channels, delivering a better way to communicate and share media with friends.
Available today for iOS and Android, MessageMe features an elegant UX that facilitates fast and easy sharing, with Google Images and YouTube searching built into the experience. There's nothing else like it. And it's pure fun.
MessageMe's user experience is intentionally very simple, focused on helping people communicate very quickly -- large files like photos, videos and music are delivered instantaneously within the MessageMe app, and users incur no additional data costs. MessageMe is also easy on mobile phones' battery life, making it a reliable alternative to SMS messaging.
"People naturally communicate through different mediums online and we believe that the experience is broken," said Arjun Sethi, co-founder, MessageMe. "We built MessageMe to accentuate the way people share things with each other in real life. Traditional SMS and its alternatives just aren't set up to deliver that experience."
The same way email revolutionized old school mail, MessageMe reinvigorates the way people communicate, with an eye toward how they'll communicate as devices and mediums evolve.
To download the MessageMe app, visit http://messageme.com.
MessageMe helps to facilitate different mediums of communication in a simple mobile experience. The app includes core mediums -- text, videos, photos, doodles, voice recordings, music, location, and groups -- that let people connect and share in rich and engaging ways.
MessageMe is based in San Francisco, Calif. and led by a seasoned founding team that has repeatedly proven its ability to grow audiences, having launched products that have had over 100 million monthly active users across social and mobile platforms.