Our design favors direct delivery rules, where the data is transferred securely and the private key is kept on user’s device. However, it is known that your phone can be hacked and any information stored on your phone can be revealed, so you have to be careful with your belongings. It is important to know that while we are in transition all your emails are well protected, but once someone steals your phone there is not much can be done. We are working on making improvements to secure data at rest on a mobile device by keeping the data encrypted.
Congrats, you are well on your way to secure and private email. After downloading the ShazzleChat app on your Android or iOS device, you will have created your new ShazzleChat account (email@example.com). You can now begin to send private and secure messages on your device by selecting ‘Create New Message’ from the ShazzleChat Home page. You can send your phone number or email to a contact that also has a ShazzleChat account. This is an ‘in-network’ communication and your recipient(s) will receive the message(s) in their ShazzleChat ‘Messages’ on their mobile device.
No, however we anticipate ShazzleChat future versions to work on both mobile and desktops. Please sign-up to receive the latest updates on product and availability information.
ShazzleChat puts you in charge of delivering your messages, which is what gives you complete privacy. Shazzle does NOT send out your message, because we never receive it from you. It is your message, not ours. What this means, is that you are your own server.
If you have a problem with your phone, or your internet connection, your messages cannot be delivered. This is not a bug in Shazzle however it can be frustrating, this is a function of your device, or your connection. For more information on how Shazzle works please visit https://www.shazzle.com/who-is-shazzle.
No, ShazzleChat is a peer-to-peer network created to insure privacy between parties. Therefore all parties must have the application to join the network.
ShazzleChat is simple to permanently delete both your account, history, and all messages. For iOS please press the ShazzleChat icon and follow the instructions to delete. Android works the same.
There is no file size limit with ShazzleChat. The only limitations to ShazzleChat is the device and your connectivity. We recommend you delete images or videos or set them to delete to save space on your local device. ShazzleChat does not store any content so be careful, once deleted, always deleted.
No, ShazzleChat handles one account per device. You may use multiple devices to create additional accounts.
Shazzle never receives or creates a record of your messages. The ShazzleChat network simply delivers your internet protocol (IP) address to your receiver so the two of may establish a direct connection (like a VPN -Virtual Private Network). When you send an encrypted message that Shazzle never touches these messages travel directly from your mobile device to your receiver’s mobile device without ever touching our gear. This guarantees message privacy.
Email is requested for feedback only. In case of any error or question, you can send us a review via “Help & Support” service, and we will send you an answer to your question or a solution to your problem to the mail you specified.
No, ShazzleChat is a messenger and internet connection is required to exchange messages. We don’t use servers to store your information, but we use internet to connect.
The “Help & Support” option is needed for you to contact us. With “Help & Support”, you can ask a question about the app, leave a comment for the development team, or suggest improvements.
The “Report a Problem” option will help you to contact us in case of problematic situations, because there is an item “System logs” in this section, that can help us to determine the cause of the breakdown much faster. For example, during registration, the application gave you an unknown error and didn’t allow you to complete the registration. In this situation, you need to send feedback like “Report a Problem” and describe your problem in details. Make sure the checkbox in the system logs is ON.
The “Send as Photo” button sends compressed file. Whereas the “Send as File” button sends uncompressed file.
If you want to send a photo as quickly as possible use “Send as Photo” button to compress the files.
If you want to send a photo in its original size use the “Send as File” button.
The main difference is the speed of files delivery and files downloading due to files compression.
If you touch the button “Send as photo” when sending a photo, files will be delivered faster than if you touch the button “Send as file”. Besides, the recipient will be able to download such files much faster than when sending uncompressed photos.
You can share your files in all applications and system functions that support file sharing. It includes Mail, Telegram, Viber, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, ShareMe, Shareit, Airdrop, and the Messages app preinstalled in the system
Most often, this error occurs due to technical work being processed at the moment. A possible solution to this problem:
No, creating a local password is optional. The local password locks access to the application, it is not an account password. You can ignore it and create a profile without creating a new password.
The application can only process numbers in international format. Also, problems can arise with non-standard numbers containing letters or written with punctuation marks (1- 123.456.78.90) in the phone book. Make sure the numbers in your phone book are in international format.
No, unfortunately, our application can’t support two devices at the same time.