Confide brings self-destructing messaging to iMessage

Confide, the confidential messaging app that launched back in 2013, has today announced an integration with iMessage in iOS 10.

As part of iOS 10’s new iMessage features, which incorporates apps right within the iMessage application, Confide users will be able to send self-destructing messages direct from their texts.

Confide for iMessage will support text and pictures, using Confide’s familiar wand functionality, where users can only see the text over which they drag their finger.

Confide for iMessage requires that both users already have the app.

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The company has grown quite a bit in the past few years, raising a total of $3.6 million in funding from investors like Google Ventures, CrunchFund, and First Round Capital.

The native Confide app goes beyond iMessage functionality to support docs and voice chat, and the team is currently working on video support.

Along with Confide for iMessage, the company is also launching Siri support, letting users ask to send a Confide to a friend with only their voice.

If you want to learn more about Confide, hit up the website here.