If you are searching for a quality new mobile app arrival which has some uniqueness into the mix, then you should check out InnerGroup – Social Media Messaging Platform. Presently, the app is wholly qualitative for me to use with the best features.
The users who adore fun, speed and convenience of social media apps – but are concerned about having their personal information’s misused by strangers, firms or even cyber criminals could now easily get the communication features they wish without compromising their privacy with the new app InnerGroup professionally developed by Santo Porpiglia.
The app is available for iOS and Android devices at no cost and with no ads, InnerGroup allows users start or join a tight-knit group that is comprised exclusively of members which the app calls groupies who have been invited. Anyone else who likes to join the extensive social media party must request access from the group’s creator, and there is no group size limit.
Inner Group provides users enhanced Security & Privacy:
- Groupies could send each other secure, end-to-end encrypted texts, videos, picture messages, and audio.
- There is no data is stored, collected or sold by InnerGroup and user activity is not tracked — all usage is private to the users devices.
Primarily the groupies don’t have to worry about their contact information or address book being exposed, since they don’t require offering their email address or phone number to use the app. The only way this happens is if they intentionally select to share their details either with a specific individual, or with the whole group.
Moreover once a post is delivered to each groupie, it is automatically and permanently deleted from the InnerGroup server. So the only place the post lives is on each groupie’s device unless they like to delete it. In addition, if and when a group owner select to delete a group, all posts are automatically deleted from each groupie’s device.
It is also enumerated that group owners could also prune their group by removing individual groupies, and even update their join code to prevent banished groupies from trying to sneak their way back in. Moreover they could also use the Group Lock feature that only permits groupies to comment on posts. The group owners could temporarily disable this feature and permit groupies to post if desired.
InnerGroup’s security features are enterprise-grade, so using it doesn’t need any degree. The app’s intuitive design makes joining groups easy and sending and receiving posts is as simple, fun and fast as Facebook with other familiar social media apps but without the security concerns or spam worries. Also there is no cost to send or receive posts, and there is no size limit other than those imposed by individual users’ devices.
In conclusion everything is done professionally well as you uncover many salient features which just show or enumerate how much care was put into the development of the InnerGroup app.