Messaging app Cyber Dust is now available for Windows Phone. Cyber Dust aims to be a security-focused messaging platform with apps already available on Android and iOS, and now Windows Phone. Messages sent over Cyber Dust are fully encrypted and self-destruct. To get Cyber Dust take and mix the best features from apps like Snapchat and WhatsApp.
Here's the full set of features available in the initial release of Cyber Dust for Windows Phone:
- Have fun and private conversations without worry
- Fully encrypted messages that are deleted forever
- Messages never touch a hard drive
- Never pay for an SMS text message again
- Instantly connect with friends, celebrities, and other influencers
- Share photos, videos and other media with friends
- Add a profile picture
- Share stickers and emojis
- Blast content to multiple friends and followers at once
- Create custom friend lists to Blast messages to
- Add drawings and multi-line text with cool fonts on top of photos
- "Sent" and "Read" confirmations
- Know if a screenshot has been taken
- Group Messaging
The Windows Phone version of Cyber Dust was originally supposed to launch sometime in September. Nonetheless, the app is here today on Windows Phone.
Cyber Dust promises to be secure, have messages self-destruct and remain free. The Cyber Dust website states that the app/service will always be free. We're interested in how it works for bigger celebrities and brands since you can follow people within the app. When you sign up, you'll be prompted to add famous folks across a variety of fields that you might be interested in.
Like Snapchat, you can send photos and videos that self-destruct. Which makes this perfect for those times you send some naughty or top-secret photos to a friend.
We're still playing around with the app and looking for users to chat with. Help me, help you and add me on Cyber Dust (username: samsabri). Let us all know what you think of Cyber Dust after playing around with it.
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