Why should I as a user, believe that you the picture is actually removed from your server? The only true way of knowing it is if everything is open sourced. Or if you can get some kind of a license from some reviewing body (which i dont think exists)
How is this different from snapchat? I can draw something on snapchat and send to my friend or some of the other chat apps which support this already?
@rudimk@paraschopra As a designer i wanted something like Screeny way back during iOS7 days. Even asked on twitter if something like this exists. At that time, it was a limitation at an OS level. Third party apps could not access the camera roll. That changed in iOS8. So did chance pe dance
@paraschopra i did the ux/ui for the app and i knew space saving had a more emotional connect than the number of screenshots deleted (was using a 16gb phone then. Trust me these space savings are god sent!)
I have written about our journey in multiple posts
There's no specific reason for going for iOS, it's just that we are more comfortable developing for it. Once we figure out the right product through few more iterations, we will launch the Android version too.
Content is manually curated for now but we plan to allow users to submit quotes in a future version.