MessageMe Can Make Anything a Message
Message for you on line one: why aren’t you getting your messages from MessageMe yet?
This new iOS and Android app sends group and individual messages, along with songs, videos and more, all from a mobile device.
While many messaging apps do allow people to send media such as photos, songs and files as attachments, those are just saved separately and taken as downloads. MessageMe is not only faster, sending the content practically instantly, but shares the content in the message.
For instance, when one wants to send a picture, s/he can select one from the library, take a new one, or even Google it, then send it directly over the interface. Even those looking to share music can send clips from iTunes, which those receiving it can purchase from iTunes if they like it.
The app can also be allowed access to one’s address book, where they can add contacts to the system. Users can also invite friends via SMS, e-mail or Facebook to add them, and the two features work together to show what Facebook friends and address book entries are already in it.
You need to add someone first before messaging them, but it can send push notifications to friends anywhere.
MessageMe also comes with a “doodle” tool for adding notes or drawings on pictures from the device’s interface. There’s also a location feature that ties into Foursquare, as a part of MessageMe’s goal of making a messaging app that’s almost like a social game users can play.
Users just need a single account for all their iOS and Android devices, phones and tablets alike, although BlackBerry and Windows Phones currently do not support it.
While there are plenty of messaging apps on the market, none are quite like MessageMe. Its instantaneous sending of all sorts of content makes it stand out from the crowd, along with the tools and features it has to offer. It’s a messaging app that has something for everyone, so well worth checking out.
Edited by Braden Becker