Dallas Business Journal Tuesday 17th December, 2013
Plano software company ContentGuard on Monday released a mobile application that allows users to control the time in which people can view content they share.
The application, which is available for iPhone users, allows users to select a preset amount of time for which the photos, video, documents and files they share will be viewable. When recipients receive the files, they are constrained to those preset conditions. The current version of the application allows users to set a time limit between one minute and one month.
The software is similar to Snapchat, which allows users to temporarily view photos and messages sent to them and then deletes the content once its been viewed. …
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