Austin, tx (PRWEB) November 17, 2015
Codepix, an interactive content sharing app, officially launched in the iTunes App Store this week. CodePix posts have a private image and message that can only be revealed by drawing a gesture passcode. Anyone can attempt to crack the code to reveal the original content, but only those that correctly draw the passcode can unlock and view the post.
“CodePix is reinventing the way users interact with social content,” said Manish Chhadua, co-founder and CEO. “Today, most posts can only be viewed, liked, commented on and shared. Due to the interactive nature of CodePix posts, they are more engaging, challenging and memorable than traditional static posts.”
CodePix makes it easy for users to create their own privacy based on what their friends know. According to Pew Research, 58% of teen social media users routinely obscure posts, share inside jokes and encode messages that only a subset of friends understand. CodePix does not require users to recreate their social network on its platform. Users can share CodePix posts directly or through common social media channels like Facebook and Twitter.
CodePix is available now for free in the iTunes App Store, and a Google Play version of CodePix is scheduled to be released in the near future.
About: CodePix was co-founded by Manish Chhadua. Chhadua graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in Computer Science. Previously, he was a product manager at a Fortune 20 company launching leading edge technologies.
CodePix Inc. is a privately-held company headquartered in Texas. The CodePix app is predicated on patent-pending technology for image-based locks in front of social content.
Visit http://www.codepix.com for more information.