Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
The architecture for private email application provider, ShazzleMail, makes use of the growing computing power of smartphones and tablets instead of servers, to build a network which allows direct exchange of emails between parties. The sender’s smartphone is the server in ShazzleMail’s service. Recent developments like the NSA collecting emails and metadata, and the shutdown of private email application Lavabit and the encrypted email service Silent Mail from Silent Circle, highlight the issues associated with the privacy of email and traditional client/server architecture as providers have become subject to seizure of user’s email content stored on servers.
"We had an overwhelmingly positive response to our private email app and are excited to bring ShazzleMail to a worldwide market," says Cliff Boyle, CEO of ShazzleMail. "Privacy is an essential element of human freedom, but that notion seems to be counter to what’s happening today. Unlike webmail, we do not and cannot read or mine the contents of your email. Our user’s email is sent via their smartphone as the server, directly to their recipient. And the metadata in our decentralized system is minimal," says Mr. Boyle. "It’s unlike anything available today," he concluded.
ShazzleMail’s production release in October includes a version for iOS and Android devices.
ShazzleMail is a private email application for iOS and Android devices. ShazzleMail can also be used on PCs or Mac with ShazzleConnect and either a POP3/SMTP email proxy or Microsoft Outlook via the ShazzleMail Add-In. ShazzleMail turns a smartphone into a mail server by creating a direct connection from sender to receiver, bypassing outside hosts and cloud services to insure privacy and security. ShazzleMail has no access to the contents of an email and therefore cannot read or mine any data. Its patent pending technology is unique in the marketplace and offers significantly greater privacy than webmail. ShazzleMail is free for consumers. ShazzleMail has multiple patents and patents pending for its technology.