Quote from a private thread at ION: (re-pub'd by request)
Just got approved by Apple an hour ago, and should be in the ITunes store tomorrow. I'm at work, will post a link tomorrow. Here it is. Spredit far and wide.
I have been reading so many stories about police brutality, or public officials taking cellphones and deleting videos (evidence). With an Iphone you punch the camera button, decide photo or video. Start and stop. Then you have to choose the vid or picture choice. Then you have to decide how you want to send it. Then you have to type the address, then press send. About 7 or 8 steps.
With Spredit Now, you preprogram the destinations (up to 5 now, more in next update). You press start button (defaults to vid, you can change it to photo) you press stop, and you press send. It automatically is sent to your preset locations. After you press send, it can't be stopped, or can't be deleted. With an Iphone, you can go into the photo cache, and delete it. With Spredit now, it puts a decoy copy into the photo cache. As long as you press send, you can't jam the signal, destroy the phone, of do anything to stop it.
I recently was at the lake and took a lot of pictures. Yes drinking. I slipped of the dock, and got my phone wet. Lost all of my pictures. Had I taken it with Spredit Now, my pictures would be safely sent to my email, twitter, or facebook account.
The link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/spredit-...17617?mt=8