Mei App Launches Its Messages Improved Network of AOpps
Mei App launches its Messages Improved network of apps to be the first advanced messaging network that allows people to securely message with friends and family for free.
FREMONT. CA: Mei App launches its Messages Improved network of apps with the support of telecommunication operator partners worldwide. This network is poised to be the first advanced messaging network that allows every person with an Android smartphone to securely message with friends and family for free, even when they run out of data or can't connect to Wi-Fi.
The operator partners' initial set spans over ten different countries & territories, including Bangladesh, Kenya, Hong Kong, Nigeria, Poland, Ukraine, and Venezuela. For each partner in its pilot program, the company will release an app in 2020 to serve as the default texting app on the operators' Android subscribers' phones. Each Messages Improved app can interoperate with each other and the default texting apps on every smartphone through common messaging protocols: SMS, MMS, and RCS. RCS or Rich Communication Services is the upgrade to SMS/MMS that enables modern messaging features like high-quality pictures/videos and large group sizes, transmitted over the internet. RCS lets all communication technology to adopt a uniform deployment so that each could communicate with another no matter what app or platform the user is on, enabling an internet of messaging to develop.
The Messages Improved apps are the first default texting apps with end-to-end encrypted RCS publicly available in the Google Play Store. RCS vision is to build a secure and free 'internet of messaging' where users can freely chat with any person or bot on any app or platform. The company welcomes more partners to work towards global interoperability."
Additionally, mobile subscribers in the pilot territories may soon be able to message without using their data allowance. The company is working with each local partner to allow messaging even if the subscriber runs out of data and can't connect to Wi-Fi so that each smartphone user will never be completely disconnected from the world. In times of emergency, having a messaging app with a guaranteed source of connectivity is invaluable.