App for Cheating Spouses - TigerText Helps Cheaters out of the Woods
By Marty Cox
Mar 1, 2010
An application for your cell phone dubbed the "TigerText App" promises to help sneaky users out of the woods and delete sent text messages from your conversation trail as soon as they've been read.
The phone application is not named for Tiger Woods, the company says it had the name ready long before the revelations of the golfer's infidelities were revealed.
The service can be used for anyone that doesn't want that electronic footprint remaining for curious eyes. According to ZD Net, "TigerTexts are deleted at a time of your choosing, between one minute and one month after they're read."
One catch. The person you are sending the text messages to must be a part of the process, and also use TigerTxt, so the text can be completely deleted.
Wired reports, "If you can get friends to sign up, it is at least a cheap SMS-alternative. The app is free, and you get 100 messages when you install it (valid for 15 days). After this you can buy 250 messages for $1.50, or pay $2.50 for unlimited texting."
See a demo here on video. Traditional texts live a second life on your carrier's server, even after you hit delete.
Got an opinion? Share your thoughts now.