Mei Blog

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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How AI Will Shape The Future of Wellness

Each day the press is filled with stories about the harm that technology is having on our health, both physical and mental. From screen time that impacts our sleep and eyesight, weight gain from a more sedentary lifestyle, to the ways in which social media effects our mental health and mood.

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Mei Introduces Folders And Labels To Help Manage Text Messages

Text messages are beginning to feel more like email. Many of us receive cell plan updates, receipts, alerts, travel information and all kinds of notifications via SMS. We need better tools to make sure certain conversations don’t easily get lost in the mix. In our latest update, we’re introducing…

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Breakdown Of What Issues Voters Care About

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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Mei Users Can Now Opt In To Anonymous Polling

In our latest release, we added the ability for users to opt in to anonymous polling. Polling is something we’ve been planning for some time and we believe it’s an incredible way for knowledge and opinions to be shared. We describe our vision in full detail on our website.

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Mei Now Offers Reminders

With so many things competing for our attention, it’s easy to overlook a message or forget to respond to someone. We’ve all unintentionally let this happen before and our relationships have suffered unnecessarily. Sometimes it only takes one missed text, intentional or not, to ruin a relationship.

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