App Self-Destructs Sexts After Ten Seconds
If you haven’t heard of sexting then you probably aren’t sexting. Not sexting may not be a bad thing though. While there are many perks to sexting with people you are interested in, it is important to consider the consequences of sexting.
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Typically when sexting your biggest concern is that the person you sent the sext to may mistakenly or intentionally share it with his or her buddies. Luckily for you, you can now be as textually active as possible with protection.
A new mobile app called Snapchat aims to add a bit of security and a peace of mind to sharing personal photos.
Snapchat allows users to set a timer up to 10 seconds of when the message would self-destruct after being received. If the receiver tries to take a screenshot, then the sender will be instantly notified.
Maxmillian Garland | Bright Futura Columnist