Sexting is a popular practice used today to spice up a relationship. If you don’t know what sexting is, it’s when you send NSFW photos of yourself to another person via text or private message on your smartphone. However, sexting can turn out badly if someone other than the recipient gets ahold of the photos. You could lose your relationship and/or your job, and your reputation could be tarnished. To avoid this, we list the top sexting apps and sexting best practices.
Dust is a free app that allows for private texting, not through the phone’s actual messaging app. As part of the app’s features, you can delete sexting evidence on both your and the recipient’s phone. Plus, it alerts you if they try to take a screenshot of any photos or messages.
Even though Match is a popular online dating site, doesn’t mean that people don’t sext on it. You can easily do so when you’re private messaging someone from within the app. Sexting can actually be helpful for someone who’s in a long-distance online relationship.
Confide is like Snapchat for sexting. You can private message with anyone and once the sexts are read, they disappear. No need to worry that someone will use your sexts against you. The app also has excellent security features with having end-to-end message encryption, screenshot-proof technology, and the ability to use a nickname.
There are certain rules to sexting like not being overly creepy, not asking for too much, and not disclosing personal information.Lire la suite »5 Ways To Be Safe On Sexting Apps