Squawkin is a new messaging app that lets you delete sent messages


Squawkin screenshots

There’s no shortage of messaging apps in the Google Play Store, but in case you were looking for another great option, newcomer Squawkin is definitely worth considering. While the name may sounds a little strange, the app is actually pretty solid.

A self proclaimed “next-generation communication platform,” Squawkin offers a variety of communication features that can either be done 1-on-1, all-to-all (group chat), or 1-to-all (a feature they call “Crowds” which has you talking, everyone else listening). Squawkin also puts privacy front and center with the ability to control how people find you, not reading your phone contacts, and our favorite: the ability to delete sent messages.

If you’re lookin’ to get Squawkin, you can find the free app available right now on the Google Play Store. Download link provided just after the video trailer below.

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Knew this was a Chavez article as soon as I saw the hot chicks

  2. People stop being dumb and stop trusting these apps and sites with your nudes.

  3. How about use a little common sense instead? If you think you might want to later delete it then don’t send it at all. Use a little discretion.

  4. I came for the girl pics. I keep falling for it

  5. When will people learn that nothing can be “unsent”? Screenshots; and I’m sure there will be a dozen squawk saver apps in the play store soon.

  6. Thumbnail Hipster chicks that pertain little to the actual article? Yep It’s definitely Chavez bait. :P

  7. If the app is called Squawkin, maybe crowds should be flocks.

  8. Or you can just use Cyberdust……

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