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[APP] Garble (Send Private Messages) V2.4 (25/06/2012)

1st May 2012, 05:12 AM |#1  
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Want to send private messages to family and friends? Don't want governments watching what you're saying? Then Garble is for you

Garble encrypts a string with a passcode of your choice, and then encodes the encypted string with base64. The only way someone can decrypt it, is by using this app and and knowing the pass phrase you used.

Usage is very simple - decide upon a pass phrase with the person your going to be sending the message to before using

1) Enter some text
2) Type a pass phrase
3) Garble it
4) Share it

The permissions used are:

Full Internet Access
View Network State

These are only for the ads

You can grab it from here

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...minooch.garble



If you want any improvements - please let me know
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2nd May 2012, 03:32 AM |#2  
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Any Feedback?
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2nd May 2012, 10:23 AM |#3  
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Downloading. Will test and report.
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Gonna try it.

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2nd May 2012, 01:25 PM |#6  
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Feedback

Perfectly working. No issues.
But a suggestion:
Save passwords in profiles. Like person A with password xxx, person B with password aaa
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Feedback

Perfectly working. No issues.
But a suggestion:
Save passwords in profiles. Like person A with password xxx, person B with password aaa

Thanks to all for the feedback.

I have a look at saving the passwords against people's names - would make it much easier to remember. Thanks
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Another suggestion:
Can you add a string to the code that recognizes that text is garbled with your app and automatically opens app and copy text to garble if I click on the text. I just have to type in the passphrase or choose it from a list (suggest in previous post).
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Another suggestion:
Can you add a string to the code that recognizes that text is garbled with your app and automatically opens app and copy text to garble if I click on the text. I just have to type in the passphrase or choose it from a list (suggest in previous post).

That's a great idea - Will have a look on how to implement that.

Thanks
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7th May 2012, 07:18 AM |#10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pdppdp

Another suggestion:
Can you add a string to the code that recognizes that text is garbled with your app and automatically opens app and copy text to garble if I click on the text. I just have to type in the passphrase or choose it from a list (suggest in previous post).

That's now implemented & I believe it's working quite well - saving pass phrases is next

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