For privacy-minded individuals there are arrays of encrypted and self-destructing message apps available. However, you’re a professional who wants to communicate with other co-workers or executives the average private messaging app might not be exactly what you’re looking for. So, a team of tech-savvy developers and privacy-focused people came together to create the whistleblower app Confide.
Since it first launched Confide has been well regarded among tech bloggers and media outlets as a solid tool. It works with Google Docs, Dropbox and other services, but it includes a self-destruction trigger that initiates after a message has been read.
In an effort to bolster Confide’s capabilities a roll-out of new features that makes documents and photos more confidential has just been released. The app has blocked screenshots from working so that it’s almost impossible to collect or capture what’s being shared.
To learn more about Confide and install the Confide app visit their website. Confide is available for both Android and iPhone.
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