London, United Kingdom – 1ine Messenger has announced that the long-awaited release of its messenger application is now scheduled for late May, although this is yet to be confirmed. 1ine Messenger uses physical protection such as password protection and a very innovative way to protect your messages, yet to be described in greater detail, as well as server side protection i.e. SSL & encryption.

The application is described by the 1ine messenger team as a revolutionary messenger app based on the concept that does away with the need for physical storage of message histories, with all the security and server implications that has, making the 1ine Messenger system more secure than other systems.

Speaking about the launch, a company spokesperson said: “We are delighted to announce the expected release date of 1ine Messenger, the more realistic and secure messenger app. We are very excited about the release of this revolutionary messaging product -1ine provides a different and unique messaging experience which much more like a real conversation with the added benefit that that is secure, intuitive and above all, interesting.”

1ine will possibly integrate with Facebook, depending on user demand, and make it easy to import your friends’ contact details. It will also help you find friends who are already using the app.

1ine is the latest development by lead developer/CEO/Founder Nicolo Stewen, who is only 14. He is building the app with a small team of developers and it has been developed initially for iOS and will launch on that platform, with the app subsequently being developed for the Android operating system.

Nicolo Stewen is available for comment and more details about the product, including contact information, can be found at the company’s website.

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Located in London, United Kingdom, 1ine Messenger. is a small startup company established by Nicolo Stewen. The company focuses mainly on developing a new realistic & secure messaging service. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Coconido Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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