Self-Destructing & Screenshot Protected Texting for iMessage Launched by DatChat

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — DatChat Inc., today announced the availability of DatChat for iMessage. DatChat for iMessage allows iMessage users the ability to easily send or receive self-destructing and screenshot protected messages without ever leaving the iMessage app.  All messages are encrypted and can be un-sent at any time after sending. Additionally, DatChat provides privacy and confidentiality for your messaging without sacrificing the ability to see the entire message at once.

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DatChat for iMessage provides senders with a new level of privacy and control for their messaging.  Senders can set a message to automatically self-destruct after the exact number of views or time that they choose.  At any time a sender can un-send a message by simply pressing the Destruct button.  Additionally, users can enable screenshot protection on pictures and texts to further protect their privacy.  DatChat for iMessage is available Free on the iMessage App Store for iOS 10 iPhones and iPads.  More information is available at DatChat.com.

“We have all had those moments when you wished you could un-send a message or simply make sure it doesn’t last forever,” said Darin Myman, co-founder and CEO of DatChat Inc. “Now with DatChat for iMessage, you can easily protect your privacy without having to leave iMessage.”

Using DatChat for iMessage is easy. Simply create a message and send. To un-send a message just tap a sent message and hit Destruct.  Once messages self-destruct they are gone forever.  All DatChat messages are encrypted and can’t be saved, forwarded or printed.

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