Oftentimes, we hurt our loved ones by mean comments and statements either by telling or texting them. Words have changed the course of history several times throughout our existence and there is no way to take them back; however, there is a way to retrieve sent texts using ringID though.
Retrieve sent texts
ringID is the first social networking app to come up with the idea for solving your “Oops!” moments. These are the moments of regret that can result in grave harm to your business or break off your relationship.
ringID ensures complete transparency in communication for users, as it provides the sender full authority of the sent content.
Unlimited time period
ringID’s latest message retrieval option gives users the ability to get rid of unwanted messages, regardless of the time period. Skype, on the other hand, supports a similar feature that remains applicable for only a day.
The app is available on the Play Store for free and can retrieve messages from both the devices of the recipient and the sender. Hence, it will prevent conversations from turning too complex or may save long distance relationships from falling apart.
ringID in comparison to other social networking apps
With so many unique functionalities that aren’t supported by Facebook and Skype, I find ringID to be the most convenient and interactive app; especially the media cloud and flexible newsfeed are going to be the next game changers of the industry.
As a user of ringID, I think it has a lot of potential to give a whole new outlook to the social media concept apart from a few bugs manifesting in the app. Stay with TTN and let us learn about your thoughts on ringID.