The app also allows users to "ZipBack" a video or text at any time, so that it can no longer be viewed or read by any of the recipients. In addition, unlike other video sharing apps, all content is viewable only "app-to-app" and cannot be accessed on a web site.
Additionally, premium features are available which allow user the option to share longer videos as well as securely store videos via an encrypted cloud based service.
"ZipaClip users have peace of mind knowing they can safely share and manage their videos and texts," says Jeff Reichard , CEO, Aclipsa. "Our users don't have to worry about their content being saved to a device, seen by any unwanted eyes, going viral, or being shared on social networking sites."
ZipaClip is built on the belief that not all of life's special moments should be shared through social media. With the new app, you are in control of your own content, and "you choose who views." To ensure this, all videos and texts are protected by AES 256 bit encryption. As soon as a video is uploaded, ZipaClip employs the latest security protocols, so that a user's video is encrypted from the second it is shared and can be "un-shared" at any time.
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