March 21, 2014
Anonymous messaging apps are very fashionable lately, but today we have heard about FireChat, an application that goes a little further. At the moment it is only available for iOS 7 for a simple reason: it uses the Multipeer Connectivity framework. What does this mean? That allows you to send messages to other users without the need for the issuing user to have coverage or to be connected. Instead, and in addition to Wi-Fi, it uses Wi-Fi per-to-peer or Bluetooth connections to send the information.
This explains another of its main characteristics: it is a local messaging app. You can send anonymous messages to people who are within your reach. Imagine that you are in the subway, in a concert or in a place with many people: they will be able to see the anonymous messages that you send. Although of course, before sending anything, check that you are not the only one in the surroundings …
via FireChat, an anonymous messaging app that doesn’t need an Internet connection.
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