To view intimate recordings, each participant has to enter in their unique passcode at the same time.
Every time you want to view a sent photo, you’ll need to request the sender’s permission first.
If you've ever sent or received a sext, you're not alone.
In a 2013 study, about 27% of all smartphone users said they receive sexts on a regular basis, and 12% admitted to sending nudes (though the people polled may have been being coy). But it's also totally normal to want to maintain control of the way your nudes are seen and distributed.
Bleep (free, i OS and Android) is an app that’s ideal for people who want their images to self-destruct after they’re received.
It’s made by the filesharing company Bit Torrent, uses peer-to-peer communication, and doesn’t store messages on the cloud.
I’d recommend using an app with audited, full encryption (like Signal or Whats App) and deleting the photos and videos right after they’re sent, but these apps are also good options for adding another layer of security.
Privates (free, i OS) is a good app for preventing screenshotting.
Disc Kreet (, i OS) will ensure that unauthorized friends, family members, or thieves aren’t looking at your nudes by using a two-password system.
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However, neither of these notification features prevent someone from taking the screenshot in the first place, and they could easily take advantage of the app’s biggest loophole: taking a photo of the screen with another device.
Messaging apps that employ end-to-end encryption, like Signal and Whats App, are great for protecting your various states of undress from hackers and government surveillance.