SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Jul 9, 2013) - TextMe, the universal communications app for mobile devices, today premiers an entirely new version of its flagship Android app at DBX, Dropbox's first developer conference. Now integrated with the Dropbox Chooser, TextMe makes it simple and easy to access documents stored in Dropbox, including photos and videos, and share them instantly via text message directly from TextMe with anyone, no matter what phone, app or OS they are using. In addition to Dropbox integration, the new TextMe takes full advantage of the Android platform to provide native support for Google Glass, Pebble Watch and Android tablets.
"Our vision has always been to connect anyone in the world, and let our users share more with their friends," said Greg Kokanosky, CTO and Co-Founder of TextMe. "This new version of our Android app takes us a major step closer to this goal by letting our users share their Dropbox content with anyone in the world via SMS directly from TextMe on both Android smartphones and tablets."
Describing this release as the most ambitious product launched by TextMe, Kokanosky added, "As power users of both Google Glass and Pebble Watch, we are really excited to bring the best of the TextMe experience to these new platforms of wearable devices."
What's new: Dropbox integration, glass, pebble, video messaging
TextMe for Android now includes a unique Dropbox integration that lets users share their Dropbox content with anyone via text messages, native video messaging, support for Google Glass and Pebble Watch, as well of lots of improvements to current features (Voice and Video Calling and international text messaging).
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TextMe, headquartered in San Francisco, California, is developing the only universal communication application on iOS, Android and Windows Phone. With TextMe, users can communicate with anyone in the world for free, via SMS, instant messaging, voice calls and video calls. TextMe is one of the first large communication applications to be available on Google Glass and Pebble Watch. Since its launch, more than 12 million users signed up for TextMe. The company is self-funded and profitable.