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TextMe Launches New Version on Google Wear(TM) Allowing Users to Answer Phone Calls and Send Stickers Directly From Their Watch

Popular Service Expands to the New Google Wear(TM) Platform to Bring Innovative New Services

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/26/14 -- TextMe, the universal communications app for mobile devices, today premieres an entirely new version of its communication service on the new Google Wear™ Platform. TextMe makes it simple and easy to answer phone calls directly from a connected watch.

"Our vision has always been to remove the modern barriers to communicating and provide our users with universal free communication options," said Greg Kokanosky, CTO and Co-Founder of TextMe. "With this new version of TextMe, our users will experience a brand new calling experience."

Describing this release as "a step change into a real multi device world," Kokanosky added: "We see immense potential for innovation for communication services on wearable devices and we are dedicated to lead the charge."

What's new: Answer Phone calls and send stickers directly from your Google Wear Watch.

To download TextMe, visit http://go-text.me

About TextMe
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 was one of the first large communication applications to be available on Google Glass and Pebble Watch and now on Google Wear. Since its launch, more than 20 million users signed up for TextMe. The company is self-funded and profitable.

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