WhatsApp and its assorted app-colleagues are certainly a useful service. I mean, free texting; what’s not to love? Well potentially, a lot. Many of these services not only keep your data, but sell it on to insidious third parties at the drop of the proverbial hat. In the wake of several high profile celebrity hacking scandals, online privacy is undoubtedly a major concern for a lot of users, not just the celebrities. How can you be sure your information is being kept safe? Well, for starters, you could ditch WhatsApp and start using Oozzat?!, the free messenger committed to keeping your messages secure and safe.
With Oozzat?!, the cockney way of saying ‘who’s that’?, delete means delete for good, not just ‘delete from view but keep on the main servers’. This app is committed to ensuring your privacy, and makes secure digital conversations number one on its priority list. Each chat you start is encrypted end-to-end, which means all your data, messages, photos and videos are guaranteed to stay between you and the person you’re talking to. On top of that the app contains a number of other cool features. You can anonymous message someone, and vice versa, if you want to have some fun playing ‘guess who’ and also delete and block users as you see fit.
Oozzat?! and its developers are currently competing for a slice of Virgin Media’s VOOM awards, where they could be awarded a share of €1.2 million in development funds. They have a pitch live on the VOOM website, which you can check out now and subsequently give them a vote. If they receive enough votes to crack the top six on the leaderboard, they’ll go through to the final and get to pitch their product in front of Mr. Richard Branson himself, who will then determine who gets the cash.
It’s a competition full of unique, wonderful ideas, so Oozzat?! could certainly use the help to stand out from the crowd. We think that Oozzat?!’s brand of guaranteed security is well worth fighting for, and they deserve a chance to develop their smart little app even further, to make it the best it can possibly be. If you agree, and if you value your online privacy, get supporting them now.
Hit this link to check out their pitch and get voting now!