With the recent NSA leaks secure messaging is all the rage, the privacy of our messaging is once again on our minds.
One of the new range of secure messaging apps is Threema, a messaging app which is so secure even they can not decrypt your messages.
Messages, which includes text, video or location data, are encrypted with your secret key on your device before being sent to Threema’s servers in Switzerland (outside of the jurisdiction of both the EU and US), and only people who you have shared your decoding key with can decrypt your messages, with the recipient key being handed to friends physically, rather than via an insecure electronic route.
We reported two months ago that Threema is working on a Windows Phone app, and now Pocketpc.ch reports that the company has started a closed beta of the app.
PocketPC.ch is also giving slots away for the closed beta, which is expected to start on the 7th October. Apply at Pocketpc.ch here.