Mei Blog

User Created Polling

Users have had the ability to answer polls sent through by Mei for a couple of months, but now you are able to create your own polls to send to other Mei users! Imagine being able to poll 100 people your nephew’s age the next time you’re looking for ideas for his birthday gift or ask people to resolve an argument between your friends about the best pizza toppings! The possibilities are endless…

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Create and Manage Your Own Social Network, With Mei

Ever want to reach out to friends, co-workers or family members with the same message, without spamming everyone in one large group chat (with “reply all” alerts that never seem to stop….)? Well Mei has the answer for that. Following our introduction of folders and labels, Mei’s next update…

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What Will Messaging Look Like In 2020 and Beyond?

A messaging app will likely be the most valuable piece of technology in the world within the next decade. The question is, who will own it? The value of messaging has been evident for some time. By 2015, messaging had surpassed social media as the most common activity on the mobile…

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Become a Supporter of Mei!

Mei Introduces In-App Credits. Mei is growing rapidly and we are now among the highest rated messaging apps in the Play Store (4.5 stars from over 11,000 reviews!). We have received feedback from thousands of users who want to be part of Mei and help us to continue to grow and we have wondered for a while now how to…

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Did The Wrong Movie Win An Oscar?

The Academy Awards make for great water cooler conversation, as co-workers take part in office pools and debate who they feel should come out on top during the film industry’s biggest night. This year’s Oscar season was marked by several changes – from continued promises of a much…

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All You Need Is Love

February 14th has traditionally been a day to celebrate love and affection. Over the years the holiday has become more commercialized and the National Retail Federation estimate that Americans spend $18.2 billion on Valentine’s Day, that’s an average of $136.57 per person. However, in 2019 is this “Hallmark Holiday”…

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Not So Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl has consistently been the most watched TV event in the US for decades, but since the all-time record between the Patriots and Seahawks in 2015, with 114.4 million reported viewers, the numbers have been trending down. Last year’s game drew 103.4 million viewers, the lowest total viewership for a Super…

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