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Raketu Intros Secure, Private Moblle Messaging App

Privacy features lets you delete sent messages on receiver's device; eliminates 'text regret.'

NEW YORK, March 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Raketu, developer of the world's most secure, private and encrypted communications application, today announced the new RakEM. RakEM is a mobile messaging app that delivers the highest privacy for instant messaging, file/image/location sharing, voice and video calling, and altogether eliminates "text regret."


How it works
Unlike other messaging apps that claim privacy but have been proven to store data, RakEM uses server-less, device-to-device direct technology, completely eliminating the possibility of data storage or mining. Combined with RakEM's patent pending, self-mutating encryption algorithms, RakEM ensures the utmost privacy for data as it is transferred from device-to-device directly, without the use of servers.

Check out our video on how RakEM works here.
No more text regret or snooping
Everyone, especially teens and millennials - has suffered from 'text regret' or the incident of wishing they could unsend a text message - at least once. RakEM's reciprocal message deletion allows users to do that easily, by simply deleting the unwanted message, removing it from both devices either one by one, or by conversation. For adults who are concerned about privacy and discretion, they can be assured that RakEM guarantees end-to-end encryption, a comfort in a world where almost all digital communications – private or otherwise – can be interfered with.

"Other messaging apps have promised security, but we've all read the stories about images and messages that have been unwittingly exposed," said Greg Parker, president and CEO, Raketu. "With security breaches making headlines almost daily, people want assurance that their communications are private and protected. And that, should they have second thoughts about something they sent, they can delete with confidence from devices. Raketu's technology makes this possible."

Available for iOS and Android, RakEM is free to download. RakEM supports all languages and is in use in over 150 countries.

About Raketu Communications Inc.
Raketu Communications Inc. is developing leading edge device-to-device direct Internet protocol applications that provide communications services for consumers and for business across mobile devices, tablet, desktops and laptops. The company currently has users in over 150 countries around the world. For more information visit the company's website at http://www.Raketu.com.  
Raketu is a registered trademark of Raketu Communications Inc.

 

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