An app jewell, who, very efficiently, ensures you of your constitutional right to privacy.
Why to buy this app with a price less than a coffe cup? Is there something new, something special?
1. What is new?
Well, nothing is new under the sun. During the second world war, the germans used The Enigma encoding system. I don't know what algorithm exactley they used but, i do know the effect: an innocent, banal message for interceptors.
This app does the same: it generates a recommendation for a place where you can eat well, using a word or a sentence known only by you and the receiving person.
2. What is special?
To understand how this encoding method works, i tell you that: I created this sophisticated encoding algorithm and yet, i CANNOT decode your message, without knowing the keyword or key sentence.
First of all, the word or sentence which you use to encode is NOT A PASSWORD. What is the difference?
There is a big one:
A text protected with a password compares a input string with a specific word or words, if they don't match the access is denied.
So, if i want to read your protected text, i just download one of 1000s of programms from Internet, which looks for the password in the encoded text (it has to be stored somewhere there, because the protection module needs to compare with it) or, it uses a loop to generate millions of characters combinations until one of them matches the password and the access is granted.
But IS NOT THE CASE with this app, which, I truly hope you intend to buy right now. And below I tell you why:
a.) The word or sentence that you use to encode is not stored in the two phones (sender and receiver) nor in the recommendation for dinner, lunch, whatever, it is stored only in your brains, so, it cannot be found by any program in the world.
b.) The code is written with protection against automatic text input.
c.) If someone tries to decode with some other word(s) than the sentence or word used when was encoded, the algorithm allows always to do that, but the result will be a garbage of unintelligible string of characters.
d.) It does not use ASCII code or other standard computer codes for characters, nor uses fixed lengths for words or identical code for the same letter, so, trust me, it cannot be decoded with those old fashioned methods.
Finaly, two important notes:
1. The app needs obviously the permission to use your contact list and sending and reading messages. If the app stopped to work when you try to access contacts or to send or to read messages, then it is because you did not give the permissions.
2. When you write your message, use only characters from US keyboard, the other ones will be ignored.