Can you send text message without Cellular Network – Communication App Works Without a Cellular Network
Can you send text message without Cellular Network, internet, WiFi or Bluetooth and so? Yes. You can send messages to your friends without that internet network. An app “MeshMe” lets you communicate without a cellular or Wi-Fi connection and so.
This app could make very simpler to stay in touch wherever there are plenty of other people but the normal networks are either overloaded or nonexistent. MeshMe allows you to chat with numerous people at a time while your phone is in “airplane” mode as long as you keep Wi-Fi or Bluetooth radio on. MeshMe CEO Jory Schwach said an iPhone MeshMe app was released last month, and an Android version is expected to be ready in next few months.
MeshMe is a peer-to-peer messaging and location-sharing application that lets users communicate without the need for traditional cellular network, WiFi, or Bluetooth connections. Using mobile radios to collaborate, MeshMe has developed a groundbreaking mesh networking system to improve the mobile communication experience. Particularly at large events, where cell towers can get overloaded and wireless signals can be non-existent, MeshMe lets users continue to communicate, regardless of any challenges presented by the traditional communication infrastructure around them.
How MeshMe Works?
MeshMe using as mesh networking: it treats each and every smartphone running the app as a router. It just passes the data from one handset to the next to get messages to recipients via the most efficient pathway. Even if you’re acting as a node in this network, you can’t read data sent over MeshMe unless it is routed to you, Schwach says.
MeshMe lets you talk with anyone, as long as a message can reach them via other MeshMe users. It can find contacts by combing your phone’s address book or your Facebook profile.
In one test, the start-up positioned a person with MeshMe running on an iPhone on each floor of a 13-floor building, and it took less than half a second to send a message from the user on the ground floor to the user on the top floor.
Demo is over, still more tests are going to make this effectively, we would need to wait for an update from them.