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App gains momentum among celebrities, businesses as well as consumers
NEW YORK, Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on popular demand, the fastest growing app for sending secure text and images between mobile consumers Privatext, is now available on Google Play for the Android platform after a successful launch on the Apple App Store for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod.
Unlike old fashioned SMS texting and text messaging apps, which keep pictures and messages cached on a user's device, no images or texts sent using Privatext could ever be recovered after being deleted. This finding was confirmed by Decipher Forensics, a leading technology security company, which concluded that all conversations within Privatext are private and unrecoverable.
Popular within the entertainment industry as well as everyday consumers, the interest in Privatext may be indicative of the increased need for privacy given recent scandals and leaks among celebrities, political figures and the NSA.
"Hands down a better way to talk with my thumbs," said Brad Delson of Grammy Award winning rock band Linkin Park.
When asked about Privatext, television personality and "Man vs. Food" host Adam Richman said, "Best app. I have to say that with the texts etc. my crew and I send each other, I have to thank my Privatext app for keeping me out of trouble! "
"Privatext is for smartphone users who value their privacy and aren't comfortable with every message they ever send being saved permanently. People may look to lump us in with other trending apps such as Snapchat because one of our many features is expiring picture messaging, but while other apps are catering to kids sharing pictures, Privatext is ushering in a communication revolution. Privatext isn't for 12 year olds taking selfies. It's for adults looking for a fast, simple, and exciting way to communicate with their friends, colleagues and family members without strangers having access to their messages. Having Privatext is a symbol of status. It means you're important enough to send messages that are worth keeping private. If you've ever set a password on your phone, you should be using Privatext," said Privatext CEO Justin Schwartz.
With its encryption and deletion technology, Privatext is the most secure way to communicate via smartphone both personally and professionally, without having to worry about your conversations being saved permanently. Additional layers of security include PIN refresh and Confirmation Texting to protect you from messaging the wrong person, and the ability to clear messages instantly. In the event that you send a message to the wrong contact, you can clear the message from the recipient's phone, before they ever get a chance to view it.
Overly simple to use yet sophisticated in engineering, Privatext empowers its users to set the lifespan of their messages so they can't be saved, intercepted or forwarded by deleting them off the sender's and recipient's phones, as well as Privatext's servers, whenever the user chooses. In Privatext, messages can only be sent between Privatext users, ensuring privacy and preventing messages from reaching unwanted recipients.
Key features, functionalities and benefits of Privatext include:
Privatext (www.privatext.co) is a NYC-based provider of innovative and secure messaging solutions for business and consumer markets. For small and large companies, Privatext offers enterprise solutions that minimize the risks and liabilities created by employees using text messaging for business purposes. Privatext can be reached at email@example.com
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