Mar 1, 2010

New TigerText iPhone app controls your messages

TigerText is an iPhone app released February 25 that promises to save you from being found out by your spouse (or significant other) or the media such as National Enquirer or TMZ.

It could be useful for cheating spouses or anyone else who wants their messages to disappear. You can even set a time limit on how long the message will linger before disappearing from both the sender's and receiver's phones.

Not only that, TigerText messages cannot be forwarded anywhere, stored anywhere or sold to anyone including tabloid magazines.

TigerText arrived too late to help Tiger Woods.

Founder Jeffrey Evans claims the name “Tiger” was selected for the app before the Tiger Woods texting scandal but the company decided to stick with the name anyway.

People text like they talk and some of the things they say, taken out of context, can come back to haunt them.