Mei: Messaging

Mei is the world’s first mobile messaging app that includes an AI assistant designed to improve your relationships. Mei (pronounced ‘May’) represents the next generation of messaging where AI gives you real-time intelligence as you chat.

Currently available for Androids, Mei is an upgrade to the default texting (SMS/MMS) app that comes pre-packaged by the phone manufacturer or telephone carrier. Even without turning on the AI assistant, Android owners who switch to Mei will gain features like data messaging (that means free international chats), end-to-end encryption, and exploding messages still unavailable in many stock texting apps.

On top of this, Mei gives users all the choice they deserve over their data and privacy. By incorporating all the features you’d expect in a messaging app, cutting edge AI and NLP technology, and user control over every feature, we hope to be a new messaging option that users can be excited about.



Replaces the basic SMS/text messaging app, but with all the modern features you’d expect from any messaging app (end-to-end encryption, wifi-enabled).


You have the option of turning on an AI assistant designed to help you better understand the people you text and help improve your relationships.


Privacy is the key! Mei doesn’t ask you for your name or any personal information. She doesn’t need to know who you are to understand and help you.


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As a follow-up to our election polls, we sent exit polls on Election night (November 6, 2018) to our users who had voted earlier that evening. Similar to other exit polls, we asked our Mei users “What issue do you care most about?” and provided 20 options, aggregated from several popular polls.

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Whoever Texts First Usually Likes the Other Person More
You've heard it before, now the data supports it.
'Okie' or 'Okee' Has More ❤️ Than 'Okayy' or 'Okayyy'
'Okie' is a more endearing term than 'okayy'. But both are equally confusing to older people so just use 'okay' with them 👌🏼
Return the Favor if She Calls You 'Handsome'
Not only is it a compliment, it's one of the strongest signs she's flirting.
Wait a Minute Before Texting Something Mean
Everything comes off worse in texts, so think whether that's what you really want to say.
If Your Friend Calls You 'Bub' She May Have a Crush on You
Girls use 'bub' over 10x more with crushes than with friends.
Typos in Texts Are a No-No
It shows you don't they don't have to care about your text 👊🏼

The Future of Messaging Apps

Introducing Mei, the first mobile messaging app to come with artificial intelligence (AI) to help with personal relationships and communications.