Naked chat iphone
Bit Torrent has updated and officially launched Bleep, its secure messaging service, bringing it to i OS and adding a Snapchat-a-like "whisper" function that makes messages self-destruct shortly after they're sent.Today's update means the app, which allows users to make free voice calls and stores encryption keys for messages on users' devices rather than in a hackable repository, is now available on Android, Windows, and Mac, in addition to i OS devices.From its birth, Bleep has been one of the few messaging services that doesn't require personal information to set up an account — while you can add mobile numbers or email addresses to help your friends find you if they start using the service, the only information you need to enter to use the app is a nickname. While other messaging apps have bigger userbases, a larger suite of functions, and a wider range of stickers, few are as secure as Bleep.Where most chat services send messages through the servers of the company that created them, leaving metadata behind as they travel, Bit Torrent's app sends communications directly between users.To succeed, they need to stay on the top 100 list for one of several porn-friendly categories, including "Lifestyle" and "Photography."(Apple doesn't give adult apps their own category, of course).
But as we all soon found out, it wasn't as safe as it seemed to be - Snapchat users take a snapshot of your image and although you'll be notified about it, they'll still have that image on your phone.The company says it would be "practically impossible to figure out who is talking to who at what time," an appealing feature in an age when naked pictures, work emails, and phone records are secretly harvested by shadowy third parties.Banning pornography and other offensive materials from the i Phone App Store, Apple has tried to limit the smut available on its i Phone to what you can find on the Web. It’s usually something I don’t advise doing – any kind of text or image that can easily be saved by another person is always risky because it can always come back to haunt you.I’ve heard way too many naked picture horror stories (one of my good friends was blackmailed with them by her ex for years after they broke up) to not be wary about it. I know sexting is a huge trend and that a lot of people participate in it.
So while it's still a better option than simply sending a pic through i Message, it's still not the best idea.