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Phantom.me mobile app brings back people's international right for privacy using a one-of-a-kind non-existent privacy app.
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, January 22, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- In support of the international right to privacy in any form, and in recognition of Data Privacy Day on January 28, Phantom.me announces the first app able to keep phones from revealing the secrets and private content of the user by making them non-existing.
Stop hiding. Disappear.
Phantom.me calls for people to stop hiding behind incomplete solutions, or investing time and resources on futile attempts to keep their phones discrete, and instead - just disappear.
Delivering the first true comprehensive mobile privacy solution is achieved using an AES 256 encryption approved for top-secret data, a no icon app, and following a zero knowledge approach regarding users' identity and activity. Even the app push notifications are disguised. Under these multiple thick layers of 360-degree protection, the user can browse, capture, store, chat, share and more - in a non-existing and inaccessible mode.
Phantom.me app can be accessed for download through www.Phantom.me or Google Play.
- Android operating system; iOS pending.
- Monthly subscription providing the app full version and protection.
- First month free - full version and protection.
Well received by users
Since its recent launch in Dec 2017, Phantom.me was well received by users with over 7K organic users in the first month, and amazing reviews on Google Play store, followed by great media coverage.
The company, established in 2015, is based in Tel Aviv, Israel, put together a team of encryption and cyber experts from the Israeli intelligence community with experts from the advertising and online industries.
Together they set on a mission to end the phenomenon we have grown custom to as users of the 21st century, where we consciously or unconsciously trade our privacy, identity, and personal lives for online services.
After 24 months of R&D, and over 6 months of beta testing done by volunteering privacy advocates, Phantom.me was launched to the public, delivering what it was set to achieve: Providing people a true mobile privacy solution.
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