How to send Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp messages that self-destruct!
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: If you are not aware of the feature on Facebook, WhatsApp or Twitter that allows the messages to disappear after a certain time, then no need to sulk over it. There isn't any features on these apps yet!
But, wait a bit! There is an app that allows you to self-destruct messages you post on whether through WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook, email, etc. You can very much stay in control of the content you post online!
All you have to do is install an app called Kaboom on your phone- Android or iOS. This app would allow you to send all types of messages, including photos and links that automatically delete themselves just after your contact has read them.
This is how you send self-destructing messages:
Download Kaboom app on our device.
Once you create an account, you can send messages across Twitter, Facebook, text messages
Don't forget to set the countdown timer that decides after how many minutes/ hours/ views the message disappears.
Kaboom won’t actually paste a message into your social media account, but instead send a link to the post you have sent. The company behind the app, Anchor Free, claims that the the disappearing act also includes deleting the content from its servers once the message expires.