poza4Snapchat, one of the most liked social media networks today, was hit by the rumor that 4.6 million user phone numbers were leaked. There is a important number of people that became not that found of Snapchat anymore, even if they launched a newer and more secure version.

Many people like the idea of expiring messages, messages that doesn’t leave any trail behind. For those who don’t like Snapchat, there are some other options for them, like Privatext. They first launched the app for iOS, but now they finally did the Android version.

Privatext is a secure platform where you can send confidential information without leaving any trace, anywhere in the system. It’s a secure way to send card related information, passwords and so on. It has also the option to send text or images. Privatext includes a confirmation text that ensures the number is correct. Also, it has an option that can add an optional layer of security, by putting an additional password to the message.

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Justin Schwarz, Privatext CEO, showed what Privatext is:

“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.”

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