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Cryptocat Wins Apple Approval

NSA surveillance and other worldwide events drive interest in secure messaging, and iOS users now have a new option.

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3/6/2014 | 12:17:25 AM
Good thing for Apple
This is a good thing for Apple - it can put in a plug for the new Cryptocat on iOS. The secure messaging and the also mobile security as a whole is a big concern from end user communities. The approval of Cryptocat will definitely help to boost the strength of iOS in this area.
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