Ever made that awkward mistake of sending someone an inappropriate or an unpleasant text message? Or did you just want to edit that last statement you made, without the other reading it?
Enough of those miseries. Enter Strings, a new mobile app that aims to give the user full control of what he/she is sending in a conversation.
Strings requires for both parties to have the app installed. Conversations are dubbed as "strings," which are all distinct, so it is possible to have multiple conversations with the same people, but about different matters.
Strings has released a "10 Commandments of Sharing" which in a nutshell explains the app's features:
Strings works with texts, email messages, photos, and even unlimited length videos. If a user sends something they shouldn't have and chooses to delete a string, everything inside it will be deleted, not only locally, but also from the Strings servers "immediately and permanently," at least according to the company.
Strings is only currently available for Apple devices. You can try the app for yourself here.