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BharatMatrimony launches encrypted chat app 2gether

Online matrimonials company BharatMatrimony has launched 2gether , an Android messaging app which lets its users share text and voice messages, photos, videos, set reminders and share locations. The company claims that the app is encrypted and stores the photos, videos and voice messages securely. It also allows users to text privately and currently has 500-1,000 installs. The app has real time messaging with stickers and emojis, and the company states that ‘you will never make the mistake of sending a text to the wrong person.’ Also, the Play Store description adds that ‘No information will be lost, leaked, or shared’, even if the user loses or changes their phone, they can just log back in into the app to access their data. The company does not offer any description beyond ‘Relax your security concerns. Anything done on the app is encrypted – it is very Secure.’ Reminders and joint accounts 2gether also allows for setting reminders (minimum 30 minutes after current time) for events, birthdays, anniversaries and appointments. It can also call from within the app, as well as share ‘memories’ through Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp etc. While registering, the app asks for your name and phone number, along with your spouse’s name and phone, wedding date, email ID and a “shared password” which the user's significant other will need to login. The app can also be locked with a 4 digit pin code. Interestingly, there’s a YouTube video on an app called 2gether which lets couples set reminders for things…

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