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.

Mei is designed as a tool to help users become the best version of themselves by putting AI, data, and even other people easily within the reach of anyone with a smartphone.

On Android, Mei is a complete texting (SMS) app that replaces the one that came with your phone.  This means you can text with anyone in the world through Mei, and have the AI assistant give you intelligence and advice real-time.  Even without turning on the optional AI assistant, Android users who switch to Mei will gain features like end-to-end encrypted data messaging (soon RCS) with other Mei users, automatic folders and scheduled messaging.  By combining all the best features you’d expect in a messaging app, with AI and control over privacy, we hope to be a new messaging option that users can be excited about.

We just launched our iOS app! If you have an iPhone, Mei’s AI will tell you if a WhatsApp contact is texting you romantically and give you advice on how to better communicate.  Soon, we will be offering more advice (not just for romantic relationships) and add all the features that come on the Android version.



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.


Earn tokens for doing what you always do and for sharing knowledge. We're creating an ecosystem where all parties are properly incentivized.

Mei uses a credit system to manage app usage and reward users for sharing data.

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The Mei Blog

Poll: The Prisoner’s Dilemma

Last week I made a poll asking what Mei users thought the world’s biggest problem was. This week I decided to do something a bit different. In this weeks poll you have 2 choices: A, and B. If everyone picks A, I will use the winner poll system to let everyone split a prize of 100 Mei credits. Seems simple enough, well there’s one little complication, answer B. If exactly one person picks answer B, they win the entire…

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Poll: What Are The World’s Biggest Problems?

It seems these days that the world is plagued with issues. Everyday we hear news stories about rising temperatures, people starving, and mass murderers running rampant. It seems like there is no hope for the world. But I wanted to see what Mei users thought about all this. So I sent out a poll with two questions…

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How to Convert WhatsApp Messages to Text (SMS) for Android

Generally, there isn’t an easy way to take all the conversations you’ve had over the years on one messaging platform to another. But thanks to a feature in WhatsApp that allows you to “export” a single conversation, now there’s a way to copy a single WhatsApp conversation into…

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