Secret picture app, Wickr app for protect stolen photo, secure photo sharing
The profile picture on social networking sites and other images are the layks and complimentary comments, we are very happy, but there is a danger that faces every time it ‘stolen’ by a particular purpose or negative activity can be used. But Facebook has largely solved the problem.
It is interesting applications of cushions Wickr. After installing this application you ukrtaymd feed (WTF) feature can share images through. After installing the app, click on the tab of the WTF and reshape or choose an existing photo. Now you can select a maximum of 151 people whom you will be viewable image.
For these people it ukrfyd these are their available during the next 24 hours and will then automatically expire, while others would only show pictures of cats. To share pictures of cats on the image will be sent to all those whom you have given permission by clicking on the image of the cat will be able to see your photo. The curve through the secure server can not even see Facebook photos.
The Wickr Timed Feed (WTF) feature is available for iOS devices and shares photos for 24 hours before they self-destruct. While sharing within an app that’s already secure doesn’t seem that exciting, sharing those photos on your public Facebook timeline is an entirely different beast.
Wickr uses steganography (the act of hiding a message in plain sight) to share secret photos on Facebook. Instead of seeing the image you’re sharing with select individuals, everyone will see a cute kitten photo. People you want to see the secret image can click on the kitty and the Wickr app will launch to reveal it.
The images can be shared with up to 151 friends and the app features photo filters, the ability to mark up with “graffiti” and stickers.
While the decoy cats are a fun way to hide secret images in plain site, it’s actually a pretty savvy way to get more Wickr users. “By tying into the world’s largest social network and offering up something only certain people can see, it may pique the interest of non-Wickr users, prompting them to start using the app.