Earlier this year, Confide launched the first version of its app to enable enterprise users to send and receive text-based messages that disappear when you’re done reading them. Today it’s hoping to improve the experience with a big update to the app that makes it a lot faster and easier to use.
Confide is like a lot of other ephemeral messaging apps, in that neither the sender or receiver of the message gets to keep a copy of it. Once those messages are read, they disappear into the ether.
How Confide differentiates is two-fold: For one thing, Confide is focused specifically on text rather than photos or videos. And it’s built an interesting “wanding” feature that allows users only to see one or two words at a time to keep them from being able to screen capture messages they receive.
The first version worked great for that, but due to…
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