The App That Will Let You Delete Messages You Didn't Mean To Send

Bid farewell to text-message regret

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Have you ever been guilty
of sending a badly thought-out message to a colleague? Or sending a
message about someone, to that person? Well, now you can bid farewell to
any awkward text message regret with the new app Privates!.

Initially
devised as a way to keep medical records safe, the app's technology
works by allowing you to delete an ill-advised message before the
recipient has read it; however, once they have, there's nothing you can
do (except maybe apologise). 

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The
app also stops users from saving, forwarding or taking screenshots
of messages, and can even self-delete an entire conversation after a
certain period of time. 

Life changing.

You can buy Privates! here: itunes.apple.com.

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