reTXT Adds "One-Touch" Calling to its Messaging Application

One-tap conference calls from reTXT removes the need to text "call me" during a conversation, and enables group texts to become conference calls in one tap.
Non-intrusive calling feature makes it easy to call, text and surf the web all at the same time

TEMPE, Ariz. -- reTXT Labs, creator of reTXT, introduced encrypted voice calls to its secure and private multi-platform mobile messaging app that allows users to update, delete or clarify messages they have already sent. Adding voice calling to its list of features, reTXT continues to alleviate the frustration of mobile communications by removing the need to text, "call me" during a conversation, and by enabling group texts to become conference calls with one tap. The calling features, just as with all the messaging features, is secured using end-to-end encryption.

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In addition to the calling feature, reTXT eases frustrations with traditional texting by allowing users to:
  • Clarify misunderstood messages
  • Edit sent messages
  • Delete sent messages
  • Opt in or out of group messages
  • Name group messages
  • Share location with one tap
  • Access camera quickly to send photo and video messages
  • Access microphone quickly to send voice messages
  • View all non-textual media in each conversation via media browser
  • Encrypt all messages end-to-end
reTXT's clarifying feature, ability to edit previously sent messages and the ability to opt in and out of group messages are all patent pending.

"The ability to call from within the reTXT messaging app, makes it easy for users on the move who frequently shift from text message to voice calls as well as for those group texts that require a vocal discussion rather than a multitude of texts," said reTXT Labs co-founder and COO Eric Marcus. "Along with reTXT's editing features utilized in text, photo, video and voice messages, the new calling feature also employs end-to-end encryption, meaning nobody can intrude on the calls our users make or texts they send."

reTXT the First Truly Secure Messaging Application for Consumers reTXT is the only messaging application that employs end-to-end encryption, which provides uninterrupted protection of data traveling between two parties, for all messages and VOIP calls, regardless of content or device. The sending device is able to encrypt each message such that only the receiving device can decrypt it. Unlike other messaging applications, reTXT does not store messages in a server farm, and messages cannot be viewed by any third party or government agency. Only reTXT has these features on both iOS and Android.

About reTXT Labs
reTXT Labs is the creator of reTXT, the world's first multi-platform, multi-device mobile messaging application employing features that allow users to clarify sent messages, edit sent messages and delete sent messages. Available for iOS and Android devices, reTXT can be used across multiple devices on the same account and uses end-to-end encryption to provide privacy and security for its users' messages. For more information on reTXT, visit retxt.com.

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