Suffolk in the City: 'Confide'

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January 14, 2014, 11:28 am
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(NECN) -  If you have Snapchat, you may be interested in this.
A former AOL executive just released an app that's like Snapchat, but instead of pictures, it's for text messages.
The service is aimed at professionals who want to speak candidly about delicate matters without leaving a trail.
“Confide” deletes the trail of text messages after they have been sent.

What do people think about this app?

Student Reporter Zeban Jaggi hit the streets of Boston to find out.

Tags: texting, Suffolk, app, Texts, Zeban Jaggi, confide
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