John McAfee has launched Chadder a new encrypted private messaging application that is available for both Android and windows phone platform. The app is coded by FTC (future tense private systems) which is a company founded by folks at McAfee. The FTC has already churned out couple of security apps like Decentral1 and Etransfr.
For now you can download Chadder only on windows phone and Android
Chadder for Windows phone is different from Whatsapp and other messaging clients because its top priority is privacy.
The developer’s goal was to build an application that is fun and easy to use that happens to be private.
When you first sign up, you are asked for providing nick name, user name and password. After that you are able to enter your email address and mobile number to find from your telephone directory.
Alternatively you can generate a code to share and link up with individuals that way. As said earlier only WP and Android versions are available for download but iOS support is in the tunnel and would be released sooner than you think.