Armwest announced today the release of their ZipClik app in BlackBerry App World. ZipClik secures and encrypts phone calls, Instant messaging, data transfer, and VOIP communication through the 256 bit key encryption. However, it comes with a price, that is a $99 price tag. The software works by providing a 256 AES key encryption at the time a conversation message or file transfer starts. In addition; exponential coverage occurs when the recipient of the data stream utilizes Zipclik on the opposite side of the transmission making the code virtually “unbreakable” or “hackable.” ZipClik literally makes your BlackBerry a military-grade communication device. Check out more information at zipclik.com or from the press release below.
LOS ANGELES, CA, Nov 28, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Amwest Imaging Incorporated AMWI +2.22% is pleased to announce the launch and final stages of completion of beta development for the application of Zipclik software for the BlackBerry Mobile Device (“BlackBerry”) by Research in Motion.
ZipClik for BlackBerry will be released to an estimated 32 Million BlackBerry users World Wide via App World. BlackBerry users will then be able to enjoy secure and encrypted phone calls, Instant messaging, data transfer, and VOIP communication through the 256 bit key encryption offered by ZipClik for $99 USD. “This additional roughly $3.2 Billion Dollar potential new target customer again validates Amwest’s purchase and further development of the Zipclik technology,” stated CEO Jason Gerteisen.
BlackBerry commands a 11.7% share of worldwide smartphone sales, making it the fourth most popular device manufacturer, though reports show BlackBerry users to be the most conscious of security. The consumer BlackBerry Internet Service is available in 91 countries worldwide on over 500 mobile service operators using various mobile technologies. As of October 2011, there were seventy million subscribers worldwide to BlackBerry, and now BlackBerry Tablet users.
Zipclik Technologies is a 256 AES Key encryption software for Skype, AIM, Yahoo IM, Meebo, Trillian, and other Voice Over Internet, Messaging, Instant messaging and Internet file transfer Protocols (“VOIP”) Software. The “256 AES key” is now available through the website www.zipclik.com .
The software works by providing a 256 AES key encryption at the time a conversation message or file transfer starts. In addition; exponential coverage occurs when the recipient of the data stream utilizes Zipclik on the opposite side of the transmission making the code virtually “unbreakable” or “hackable.”
This software is essential and necessary for clients wanting to protect and privatize financial data, medical information, enterprise research, sensitive corporate directives, passwords, and all other confidential, and sensitive information. The zipclik encryption software provides a military grade security not only for voice messaging, file transfer; but also ensures any and all transmission left on any hosts server will remain encrypted to protect all information from any third party, hacking, or unauthorized dissemination.
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