Kaboom is the latest self-destructing messaging app in town


AnchorFree, makers of the popular Hotspot Shield application have just released an app called Kaboom on the Google Play Store. This isn’t a game like the name indicates, but a self destructing messaging app, meant to keep your messages private and away from prying eyes. Much like other contemporary apps in the genre, Kaboom lets you select when to delete the message, with the ability to select a specific timeframe for each message.

Kaboom - Screen

The developers are asking you to click on a link to read messages, so new users don’t necessarily need the app to open messages sent via Kaboom. It is a free download obviously, so you can head over to the Play Store right away to download the app. There aren’t a lot of users of Kaboom since it’s a new app, but we expect that to grow over the coming days.

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Knowing that apps usually succeed with word of mouth, the makers will hope that users will suggest the Kaboom to their friends after using it. Head over to the link below to download the app.

Source: Google Play Store


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