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Finally, an app that lets you take back texts you regret

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Sep 3rd 2014, 9:27 AM 6,278 1

THERE IS NOW an app that lets you literally take back texts you regret.

Ansa allows you to not only set your messages to self-destruct, but even delete texts you regret from other people’s phones.

Essentially, it’s the app every serial drunk-texter has been waiting for.

Source: iTunes

Basically, Ansa is a kind of Snapchat for texts. It lets you send “self-destructing” messages, photos and videos in the same way that Snapchat does.

But its real offering is that even messages you haven’t set to self-destruct, you can “remove” from your contacts’ phones with synced deletion.

So when you realise that you sent that message…

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… you can simply wipe it from existence.

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Ansa has been trialling in US colleges for the last year, but launched internationally in the last few days. It’s being billed as a rival to Snapchat.

Here’s a screencap demonstrating the deletion of messages. Frankly, we’ve sent more embarrassing texts. But you get the idea.


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