Our highest priority is making the user experience extraordinary.
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) January 11, 2016
CodePix, an interactive content sharing app, officially launched its update to v1.2 in the iTunes App Store just 3 weeks after its initial debut. CodePix is a unique app that allows users to post private images and messages 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 gives users total control over what they share and with whom. Unlock clues and hints can be provided in the caption, sent through Apple Watch using Sketch, or communicated offline. The real fun begins when users attempt to unlock the image by applying the gesture passcode on the image -- an interactive process that is as entertaining as viewing the image itself.
“Watching the CodePix community grow is truly inspiring,” said Manish Chhadua, co-founder and CEO of CodePix, Inc. “Our highest priority is making the user experience extraordinary. We’ve had a lot of feature requests from our users, so we’re responding to the feedback.”
Some of CodePix app’s new features are direct registration for users who don’t have a Facebook account, “like” a locked post for users that think it’s cool but can’t figure out the unlock, and overlay text on photos to spell out the hint. In addition, a Google Play version of CodePix is scheduled to be released in early 2016.
To promote the new version of the app, CodePix is running a weekly “Most E.P.I.C.” (Most Entertaining Post In CodePix) contest. The winners will receive a $100 iTunes giftcard by creating EPIC posts, sending them friends to unlock, like, and comment. Users may enter as many posts as they like. Click here for contest details.
CodePix is available now for free in the iTunes App Store.
ABOUT: CodePix was co-founded by Manish Chhadua. Chhadua graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelors in Computer Science. Previously he was a product manager at a Fortune 20 company launching leading edge technologies. His interest in riddles and logic problems drove him to use his skills to create a unique social app.
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.