|By Business Wire||
|May 30, 2014 01:24 PM EDT||
Mustbin today announced that MITX has named it the most innovative mobile app of 2014. Mustbin’s core innovation is driven by enabling people to own and control their information and communication. To accomplish this, Mustbin has built a first-of-its-kind app that enables users to back up their lives in a way never before possible, share their most important information more securely than ever before, and send the world’s most secure permanent messages, all with a gorgeous and streamlined user experience. Mustbin is available now on the Apple App Store.
“Being named MITX’s most innovative mobile app of 2014 is a great honor for us,” said Satyender Mahajan, Mustbin’s Chief Technology Officer. “We have been working tirelessly to build an app that gives people the best security in the world while delivering an amazing user experience. Every day we’re proving that you don’t have to sacrifice your users’ security to create a delightful experience. The MITX award is a huge validation for this approach and our mission.”
Everything in Mustbin is secured with AES-256 encryption and has end-to-end encryption during cloud sync, so users’ data is always safe and secure. This level of security allows users to share and receive sensitive documents like credit cards and social security cards, or simply photos of friends and family, all with peace of mind. Secure Messages, released this week, completes the vision by allowing Mustbin users to request and send information, or simply say hello directly within the app. Combined, Mustbin enables people to have everything important in one place, available to them whenever they need it.
Since 1996 the MITX Award shows have grown to become the largest and most prestigious awards competitions in the country for marketing innovations, celebrating the best creative and technological accomplishments emerging from New England.
Mustbin is a free iOS 7 app that enables people to capture, share, and connect with complete security and privacy. From its inception, Mustbin has been built with patent-pending, end-to-end encryption, so every photo, file, document, and communication in Mustbin is completely private and secure. For more information and to download Mustbin, please visit http://www.mustbin.com.
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