Confide vs Snapchat

Last updated: April 03, 2018

Your Off-the-Record Messenger. Spoken words disappear after they're heard. But what you say online remains forever. With confidential messages that self-destruct, Confide lets you avoid the Cloud, and takes you off the record.
Snapchat is a photo messaging application. Using the application, users can take photos, record videos, add text and drawings, and send them to a controlled list of recipients.
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2018. Snapchat introduced group video calls for up to 16 people

Snapchat introduced a new group video chat feature, letting users chat with up to 16 people. It is also offering group voice calls with up to 32 participants. The feature is relatively simple. Just tap the video icon in a group chat to get started, or start up a call with a few people and invite new people to join. Alongside the introduction of group video calls, Snap is also bringing @mentions to the platform. Users can now tag each other in their snaps and Stories by simply typing @ before their user name. Users who have been tagged will be notified when they appear in the Stories.

2015. Secure messenger Confide adds documents sending

Confide, which bills itself as sort of a Snapchat for executives, has added the ability to send photos and documents through its app as it looks to capture more professionals in need of a secure, private way to communicate. Confide now allows users to send various document files including photos, PDFs, Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents from Box, Dropbox and Google Drive. A person who receives a document can place a finger on the screen to scroll over the document, seeing only a small section at any particular time, which Confide calls "wanding." Confide claims that the system is screenshot proof. Messages and document disappear once the message is closed.