WipeOut Mobile- Allows users to Back-up and restore Data from destroyed or lost Phones

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WipeOut Mobile- is a  software which allow users to retrieve important business contacts and text messages in the event their phones are destroyed or lost. WipeOut mobile application also enables phone users to remotely delete confidential information from lost phones. According to Hussein Ramji of WipeOut Mobile

“When you lose your phone and your Phonebook Contacts and Text Messages go with it. The first thing to do is panic, right? Wrong!! WipeOut users don’t lose their Contacts and Text Messages due to uncertain events. Restoring contacts and texts backed up by WipeOut is a breeze, restore on your existing device or on a new device and its’ as if they never went anywhere,”

It will cost mobile users Sh100 per year to backup and restore data, Sh500 to wipeout confidential information and Sh650 to backup, restore and wipe out data.

Back-up Feature

The back-up feature saves SMS and phone entries to a secure encrypted online server- that when accidentally deleted, a phone is lost, or even destroyed, one is able to restore those text messages and phone book contacts to a new or existing phone.

It will also give registered users an option to view their backed up contacts and SMS online at anytime. With the WipeOut’s automatic backups you can be assured that you’ll always have an extra copy online.

Data Restore

The data restore feature allows WipeOut users to restore contacts and text messages on existing or new devices in the event they are lost due to uncertain events.With the mobile application, one can also access backed up contacts and texts at anytime online on the WipeOut website.

The application was developed at a cost of Sh2 million,

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Kennedy Kachwanya
Lead Blogger at Kachwanya.com
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