You Can Now Delete Text Messages After You Send Them

You Can Now Delete Text Messages After You Send Them

Strings is an app that lets users reclaim control and monitor the privacy settings of their content

Simone Spilka
  • 22 january 2015

At some point, we have all feared the potential repercussions of sending emails and images that will leave our phone and ingrain themselves in cyberspace forever. Social media has made us consequently more aware of the permanence of our conversations. In the case of photo-sharing network Snapchat, ephemeral messaging is the primary means of communication. A new app, Strings, is a messaging platform that follows the Snapchat trend by allowing users to delete messages and control which of their content gets shared with the world.

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