Ansa App Will Save You So Much Embarrassment, Deletes Messages After They’ve Been Sent
If you’re a person who goes out, gets a few drinks in them, and then texts your ex-whatever wildly inappropriate things at 3 a.m., you have officially been saved. The Ansa app, designed by 23-year-old Natalie Bryla of San Fransisco, allows its user two settings, “on the record” and “off the record.”
If you turn the app setting to “off the record” you have the capability to delete messages from the sender’s phone, the recepient’s phone, and the Ansa server with no time limit on doing so. Meaning, if you want to delete something months from now … you can. This is the miracle app you’ve been waiting for because from this point on, nothing you say (in writing) is permanent.
If you keep Ansa “on the record” then just as any other text messages, they will be stored so later viewing.
Ansa doesn’t just delete a single message though. It can delete pictures, videos, even full blown conversations. However genius this app may sound, there is still one major downfall. The capabilities of deleting the evidence only works when said texts have been sent over the actually Ansa app.
So, if Vodka sends you straight to iMessage, not even Ansa can help you.
Gayana Sark | News Cult