At first glance, LetterMe is a simple instant messaging app. Look a little closer and you’ll find that LetterMe is reinventing instant messaging by removing limitations and creative barriers.
I caught up with Will Brooke, co-Founder of LetterMe, who explained,
“We believe wholeheartedly that people should be able to control every aspect of how they communicate with each other. That includes freedom of text, font, stickers, emojis, and more.”
When it comes to messaging with friends, we’re all fairly restricted in how we can express ourselves— we’re limited to the same selection of features so there aren’t many opportunities for individuality. That’s where LetterMe comes in. LetterMe is the first instant messaging app that enables users to fully customize handwritten fonts, emojis and stickers, so that users can actually bring personality into their messaging!
LetterMe is already experiencing some rapid adoption as users can share their custom designs with friends to drive downloads. Additionally, the app is using Sinch for SMS verification to ensure each user has a legitimate number and make it easier to find friends in the app.
It was great to hear from Will that the Sinch integration has been seamless,
“We tested out a few other providers but we ultimately went with Sinch because the integration went without a hitch and we haven’t even needed to update the code once.”
LetterMe just released an update of the iOS app with some awesome messaging enhancements!
Connect with LetterMe to keep informed of releases.
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