Messaging platform Viber introduced a new feature called Secret Messages. It allows you to set a self-destruct timer for your messages.
It works pretty simple - you take a photo and if you think it shouldnít stay forever, you tap on the clock and decide how many seconds should the picture be alive. It sounds a lot like Snapchat - once the other person sees the picture, itís gone forever. Thereís no backsies or several previews like in Instagram Stories or Messengerís My Day.
When you post the picture at first itís blurry to you and the other side and when itís opened and previewed - itís gone from the otherís person chat and you see just a trace of the image. Viber says it ďlets you decide what should and shouldnít be a permanent part of your conversation historyĒ.
Another feature that Viber got is Instant video messages - just tap and hold the instant video icon to capture the moment with 30-second videos and when you release the button, the video is on its way.
The update is already available on Google Play and App Store.
It's like you're sending a kind of snapshot to your chat. Truly brilliant, I've never seen this feature in an application before. /sarcasm
cant save some nudes this is bad idea.