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Invisible Text

Keep your Online messages private using Invisible Text

Invisible TextBefore we begin explaining what this new service is all about, picture this:

1. Suppose you could erase messages sent from your phone or attachments after they are read?

2. Suppose you can erase your messages from a remote location?

3. Suppose you can recall your message sent by mistake to some one not intended, in the first place?

All of this & more is now possible with the new service called Invisible Text. It promises to keep your Online messages private. For those of you who rely heavily on mobile messaging, the service by Invisible Text LLC has been a long-standing need. Set up in 2012, these guys claims that their service “guarantees” that your text messages are opened & read only by the people who are authorised to receive them.

To keep your Online messages private has uptil now, been almost impossible. But Invisible Text Not only that, it also ensures their automatic deletion, once read. The app automatically deletes a conversation thread after it has ended, and only a message’s ID and status is then stored on the server – not the message itself. The aim, thus, is to keep text messages & data 100% private.

There are more features that help to keep your online messages private. Using the Invisible Text’s remote wipe command, users can delete a message immediately after sending it to someone’s phone. So even if you send a message accidentally to someone or change your mind afterwards, you can quickly pull back the message & delete it remotely.

Also, an automatic locking feature kicks-in when the phone is put down, not positioned at the correct angle or left unattended for a pre-set amount of time. Invisible Text is then locked and messages are automatically encrypted.

Features of Invisible Text

Patent Protected Technology

Identify Theft Prevention technology.  ID/PW on phone number is locked in with the device. If user’s ID/PW is stolen or sim card is misplaced, message cannot be sent or received.

Send Text, Pictures, Voice & Video files

Send text and attachments, which are erased after you view them. Complete privacy & security.

Keeping Your Messages Private even when you phone is unattended

Phone is locked after conversation

Screen capture is disabled

Set your own lock combination

Messages are not stored and Messages can be remotely erased

Messages are automatically erased after reading

Messages sent can even be remotely erased before it is read.

Not only is your message fully secured, but you can even change your mind & delete before it is read

The new secure, Invisible Text messaging service is now available free-of-charge for millions of users of mobile phones on the Android, iOS & Blackberry platforms.

Image Credit: Invisible Text


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Windows Phone, Latin America’s 2nd most widely used mobile platform


(This post has been taken as it is from the Microsoft News Centre)


FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Aug. 21, 2013 — IDC has released its Mobile Phone Tracker report, showing that in the second quarter of 2013, Windows Phone is the second most widely used operating system in the Latin American region.

There are more than 20 countries in Latin America where the Windows Phone range of devices is available.
There are more than 20 countries in Latin America where the Windows Phone range of devices is available.

The report shows that Windows Phone has been ranked second in Mexico for the second consecutive quarter, and in the second quarter of 2013, Windows Phone was also ranked second in both Colombia and Peru. It is important to highlight the fact that Colombia is one of the countries with the highest user preference ratings, with 25.6 percent of the market share. In other countries, such as Argentina, Chile and Brazil, Microsoft’s mobile platform has also grown in popularity, ranking third in the second quarter of 2013.

“Reports show an important increase in the positioning of this operating system in Latin America. The market availability of new devices will be a factor in ensuring this trend endures over the next three months,” said Oliver Flores, regional manager for Mobile Phones at IDC Latin America.

Liliana González, director of the Windows Phone Division for Latin America, stated that “during this year’s Mobile World Congress, we set ourselves the goal of being the second most widely used mobile platform in Latin America by the end of 2013, and we are overjoyed to be able to announce that these reports show that we have achieved this five months before the end of the year.” She also commented that: “We will continue working alongside Nokia to offer more and more people in Latin America the holistic experience which Windows Phone has for them, in order to offer a more personalized smartphone which is the best for the Windows environment and the best hardware for people and companies.”

In Latin America, there are more than 20 countries where the Windows Phone range of devices is available, from low-end smartphones, such as the Nokia Lumia 520, to those with the most advanced features available on the market, such as the Nokia Lumia 920, but all of which offer the same experience, thanks to the Microsoft platform.

Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.



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