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TMCNet:  ZipaClip™, the Secure Text and Video Messaging App for Consenting Adults, Now Available for Android Devices

[March 05, 2014]

ZipaClip™, the Secure Text and Video Messaging App for Consenting Adults, Now Available for Android Devices

IRVINE, Calif. --(Business Wire)--

Aclipsa Mobile Video Solutions, LLC today announced that ZipaClip, a secure mobile video and texting application, is now available for Android (News - Alert) devices. Free to download, ZipaClip gives consenting adults a "digital safe haven" to privately share their silly, romantic, or flirty videos or texts, eliminating the risk of private messages being saved, shared, forwarded or�posted online.

Unique to the ZipaClip app, users can "ZipBack" a video or text at any time so that it can no longer be viewed or read by recipients. In addition, unlike other video sharing apps, all content is viewable only "app-to-app" and cannot be accessed on a web site.

To ensure privacy, 'ZipaClip' allows users to send videos through an encrypted and secure cloud-based process. 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. ZipaClip also offers an "app lockdown" via a dot-lock code, preventing access to a user's personal conten if their device is lost or stolen.

"Android device owners who use ZipaClip can share intimate video and texts with that special someone with complete peace of mind that their messages will remain private and secure," said Jeff Reichard, CEO, Aclipsa. "ZipaClip 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."

The free version of ZipaClip allows users to send and receive fully-encrypted texts and video clips up to 15 seconds in length and save up to 15 minutes of video messages on the app's encrypted cloud-based service. Additionally, premium features are available which allow users the option to share longer videos as well as securely store additional video minutes.

Because ZipaClip is cross-platform, Android and iOS device owners can send private texts and video messages to one another. Android device owners can download the free ZipaClip app on Google (News - Alert) Play store: http://bit.ly/Mx58JC. iOS device owners (iPhone (News - Alert), iPad and iPod Touch) can download ZipaClip from the iTunes App Store: http://bit.ly/10LBPmw.

In addition, Aclipsa, the creators of ZipaClip, now offer a B2B solution to protect proprietary communications, secure messaging and content delivery that can be easily incorporated into existing apps through SDKs (Software Development Kits).

About Aclipsa

Aclipsa Mobile Video Solutions, LLC is dedicated to developing products that protect the privacy of its customers. Aclipsa's secure messaging platform utilizes encryption to protect and deliver video and text messages to smartphones, tablets, and mobile devices. The key strength of Aclipsa's encryption and delivery to mobile devices means videos and texts cannot be stolen or shared to go viral.

The Aclipsa platform and applications serve consumers, businesses, and non-profit organizations to meet their needs for communicating privately, confidentially and securely. Aclipsa products offer one-to-one or one-to-many messaging solutions, apps for mobile devices, SDK, SaaS (News - Alert)-based messaging for business, white-label development for e-commerce, and custom applications in a broad scope of industries. Its consumer app, ZipaClip, a secure video and text messaging app for iOS, was introduced in January 2013 and was listed as a top 10 app download in the Photo and Video category of the Apple (News - Alert) iTunes store. It is now available for Android devices.


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