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Xpress Yourself Messenger

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Price: Free

Rating: 3.50/5 (4 votes)


Xpress Yourself Messenger is a freestyle messaging app that allows you to send instant messages any way you want. Regular or disappearing, videos or voice messages, from your mobile device or from the web, the list goes on. Create groups of up to 250 friends (soon to be doubled), hold conversations with more than one friend without navigating away from the messaging context and enjoy all these, knowing the messages are encrypted in transit and deleted from the servers the moment they are delivered. Also, all your multimedia messages when sent remain in a secured individually authenticated container before they are delivered. What’s more, unlike most messaging apps, Xpress Yourself Messenger does not store your address book info on its servers.


Features that make Xpress Yourself Messenger unique:


ONE-SCREEN MULTI-CHAT – The only app that allows you to stay within the conversation context and switch between conversations without ever having to leave the screen. Xpress Yourself Messenger's unique avatar strip which lies along the length of the conversation screen allows you to switch between conversations effortlessly. 


DISAPPEARING MESSAGES – You can turn any message to ephemeral message just by setting the duration of its life. All the text, picture, video or audio that are sent can be set to self-delete within particular time, leaving no trace of it.


DOODLES: Xpress allows you to draw/write over a picture and share it with your family, friends, etc..  to make messaging creative.


TOTAL ENCRYPTION: All the messages are encrypted in transit and permanently deleted from servers after delivery. We also don’t store the address book info on our servers.


PASSCODE PROTECTION: Xpress provides you with the passcode protect feature, so that you can lock Xpress…

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