09 Feb

ChatSeal 1.1 – Disguise Your Messages

Many thanks to those of you who have downloaded ChatSeal.

The main thing this new release adds is the option to disguise your messages on Twitter with custom photos instead of the default envelope with your seal stamped on it.   This takes it a bit further in the direction of true steganography, while allowing you to keep your Twitter feed unique and fresh.   

In addition, I fixed a few different kinds of bugs:

  • Background retrievals of messages are now working better.  You should see the app query your Twitter feed and find things when you’re offline more reliably.
  • If a message is sealed, but not yet posted and you terminate the app, the message won’t show up in your message list any longer.
  • Random visual improvements throughout.
  • Minor tweaks.

With this release, I’m looking for suggestions about where you think ChatSeal should go from here.    If you’re interested in offering any comments or simply just want to express any criticisms, I’d appreciate the feedback.

Be personal.