SYS-CON MEDIA Authors: Jason Bloomberg, Kevin Benedict, David H Deans, RealWire News Distribution, Gilad Parann-Nissany

News Feed Item

Invisible Text Introduces Next Generation of Ephemeral Applications with Launch of Invisible Call and Invisible Email Apps

As public demand for secure messaging continues, Invisible Text LLC CEO Dez White announced that the company is expanding into new realms of free private mobile communications http://goinvis.com. Beginning today, Invisible Email is available for download on iPhone Devices http://tinyurl.com/n3vsxyc and will be available on Android and Blackberry in the near future. Invisible Call is slated for release on May 22, 2014 and will also be iPhone, Android, and Blackberry compatible.

(Photo: Business Wire)

(Photo: Business Wire)

Invisible Email allows consumers to electronically mail sensitive information that irretrievably disappears after the recipient closes out the message. Emails may include attachments (which may be viewed but not downloaded) for use in the workplace as well as in users’ personal lives. The App requires that users be verified before an email is sent and received, ensuring both parties are the intended recipients.

With Invisible Call, telephone calls placed through the App leave no evidence of a call log. Using the franchise pairing technology, Invisible Call establishes a secure VOIP (Voice Over IP) session between users once both have been verified through their devices.

Invisible Email and Invisible Call join a growing list of free secure mobile applications invented by White. Invisible Text and Invisible Social, which launched in August 2013, and March 2014, respectively, allow users to send timed, permanently disappearing screen-capture protected messages, photos, documents, audio/video files, and GPS locations as well as remotely delete messages anytime before being read. The Invisible applications store no user information on Company servers and cannot be accessed or intercepted by third parties.

White is the youngest African American female tech entrepreneur to develop a suite of applications. The concept for Invisible Text and its progeny arose out of her own professional necessity. A former writer who often relied on source information, White found that as technology evolved, confidantes were increasingly reluctant to share sensitive details digitally. Accordingly, White set out to create a solution that would enable people everywhere to communicate privately and securely across multiple communication platforms.

White hopes that the Applications’ ease, variety, and practicality will attract consumers and corporate executives for use in everyday life and business.

“People correspond in a variety of ways. Offering free secure Email and Call options were the logical next step. We incorporated security features and verification functions so people can feel comfortable transmitting any type of personal information without fear that it will become compromised,” says White.

Planned updates include a video version of Invisible Call and a desktop-friendly edition of Invisible Email.

For further information, please visit www.goinvis.com or download all of the Invisible Apps:
http://tinyurl.com/psjwabv (Text)
http://tinyurl.com/kg3hnsn (Social)
http://tinyurl.com/n3vsxyc (Email)

Twitter @goinvis,
Instagram @goinvis
Facebook @goinvis

About Invisible Text LLC

Founded in 2012, Invisible Text and its suite of free multi-platform application products enable private communications between verified users. The Company’s direct pairing technology ensures that messages are transmitted exclusively between the intended parties and disappears after messages have been viewed. Invisible Text launched its first disappearing application iteration in August 2013, and launched version two in March 2014. Invisible Social was released in April 2014.

More Stories By Business Wire

Copyright © 2009 Business Wire. All rights reserved. Republication or redistribution of Business Wire content is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Business Wire. Business Wire shall not be liable for any errors or delays in the content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon.