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“TigerText” App Allows Cheaters To Hide Their Tracks

Submitted by on March 3, 2010 – 1:44 pm2 Comments
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There’s a new phone app in town, and the unfaithful will especially enjoy this one.

Funny enough, it’s called “TigerText”, and allows users to set a time limit for sent texts to hang around after they have been read by the recipient.  After that, the message vanishes into thin air -  out of the recipients phone, the sender’s phone and any servers – so it can’t doesn’t even stand the chance to be used against you!

Jeffrey Evans, the creator of TigerText, said the app’s name  was inspired by the tiger, and not by Tiger Woods as many may assume. “Tigers are notoriously difficult animals to track,” the app’s creators told the AFP. “TigerTexts are difficult to track as well.”

Evans also pointed out that the app was not created specifically for cheaters, but just private messages in general.

How convenient.

Source: Huffington Post

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