• Secret Chat App 'ringID' Will Self Destruct Your Messages
    If you have ever wanted to send self-incriminating texts (Yes, I ate all the doughnuts and I’m not sorry!) without leaving the evidence, then a new social networking platform has your back. Called ringID, the messaging app has a unique “Secret Chat” feature that lets you deliver a message and then has the message disappear from the recipient’s phone.

    “Nowadays people are constantly sending messages back and forth with friends and loved ones,” said Ayrin Islam, Founder and CEO of ringID, in a statement. “Sometimes you just want to send a message and have it be read quickly and then disappear, leaving no trace. With ringID’s new Secret Chat option, the sender decides how long their message will appear on their friends’ phone. It’s quick, fun, and messages don’t linger, so there are no lasting consequences.”   Read More
  • ringID is the newest social platform on the block to offer a secret chat feature
    Self destructing message are all the craze now. Whether it be Snapchat or the countless other apps that offer users a way of sending disappearing messages, this new method of communication is here to stay.

    The newest players to throw their hat into the game is ringID, a new social platform that was recently launched on iOS and Android. ringID works essentially like Facebook, where users can update their status, view friend’s timelines, along with the traditional newsfeed. Users can like, comment, and share content across the platform just as you would with Facebook or Instagram. You can even make free calls to friends on it too.   Read More
  • Social network platform RingID planning to replace Snapchat
    For quite a while, Snapchat was the only communication app where messages were removed after being read. Users took a liking to such increased secrecy. Many other startups saw success because of this key function. However, they did provide their unique visions of anonymity and secrecy. Nonetheless, many of them have failed.

    Now we can confidently say that Snapchat saw a worthy competitor enter the market – social network platform ringID.   Read More