The internet start-up GroupMe, a company which aims to provide an easy group texting and conference calling solution to the masses, has just released a very awesome Android app. With the app, users can create groups of peers, friends, or family members and easily send out mass texts or create conference calls.

As someone who does a lot of conference calls, this app is pretty bad ass. Having just checked it out, it seems easy to use and the interface is very clean. Overall, this looks like a solid group messaging solution that Android needed.

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If you have any interest in group texting or conference calling, do yourself favor and check this application out. Scan the QR code below to download:

QR code for https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.groupme.android

Source: TechCrunch

  • Jakub Glodek

    OMG, where was this app like 5 years ago when I was sending out mass texts about the New Years Party. This makes it SOOOO much easier.

    • kimberly

      Website says only good for iphone... and your link only goes to an iphone install page. Ill look on appbrain to see if there is a dedicated page for non iphone phones ..

      • Joe

        Not necessary, hence the QR code for the Market download.

  • Phil4

    Check ReChat (Android chat):
    - Facebook, Yahoo!®, Google Talk, Jabber/XMPP;
    - group chat (Yahoo!®, Google Talk, XMPP);
    - free SMS worldwide BETA (with replies for USA/Canada);
    - plain/bubble view, font packs, send image/video;

    Facebook features: upload image/video, send image/video, send message (as private event or wall post).
    Yahoo!® features: conferences (create/invite), add/remove contacts.
    Google Talk features: group chat, new email notification, unread emails w/o content.
    Jabber/XMPP features: rooms (create/invite), add/remove contacts.