People frequently ask me if the SnapMail app has a presence on social media channels and, if so, where can they be found?
SnapMail is very active on a wide range of social media channels and I thought the best thing to do would be to list them all for you here:
Have I forgotten any?!
There’s a special prize for anyone who follows any 3 of these channels – we will send you a promo code giving you 12 months free access to SnapMail Emergency, the premium version of the SnapMail app, worth $25.
All you have to do is send an e-mail to info@SnapMail.click stating which 3 channels you have followed and we will immediately send you the free promo code. How cool is that?!
Feel free to share this post with your friends if you would like them to avail of this offer also.
Rape prevention techniques have been taught to young women all over the world for centuries. But how many of these techniques today take advantage of recent technological developments which could play a key role in reducing the unacceptably high levels of rape in every country in the world?
In the vast majority of rape situations a woman is alone and physically inferior to her attacker. Therefore, a rape prevention solution which requires brain instead of brawn is required.
Most women carry a mobile phone these days. In many rape situations there would be a few seconds to take a quick photo of the attacker but what’s the point in doing that if all the attacker has to do is take the phone and destroy it?
What is there was a mobile phone app which preserved the photo of the rapist even if he destroyed the phone after a photo was taken? Well, that’s exactly what the SnapMail app does.
With a single click, it takes a photo of the attacker, sends it to the user by e-mail and also saves it on the SnapMail website for later access. The major benefit of this as a rape prevention tool is that even if the attacker steals or destroys the phone, there is nothing he can do to prevent his photo being available later.
As a rape prevention tool this is very powerful. Even the dumbest of rapists would think twice if he knew his photo was going to be available after committing the crime.
What makes SnapMail even more powerful is that all photos have a time stamp and a date stamp, as well as a GPS location stamp showing exactly where and when the photo was taken. You can’t have an alibi when you’ve just been SnapMailed!
SnapMail is free to download and is available in both the App Store and Google Play.
Of course it won’t work in every situation, especially when a woman is ‘jumped’ and has no time to act, but in situations where a woman has even 5 seconds to press one button on her mobile phone it will act as a strong deterrent.
Please share this article with as many people as possible. If it even prevents a single rate it will have been worth it. Rape Prevention is a responsibility for all of us.
As you all know, the basic (but awesome!) version of the SnapMail app is FREE to download in both the App Store and on Google Play.
This free version allows you to take a photo of an attacker, e-mail it to yourself and store it in your private SnapMail website account, all with just ONE single click. As a tool to prevent an attack or as evidence if an attack is committed, this app is very powerful (even if we do say so ourselves!). Watch a Beginners Guide to SnapMail here.
Users of the free version of the app can upgrade to SnapMail Emergency (i.e. the paid version) any time they want. To upgrade to this premium version you just make an ‘in-app’ purchase after you have downloaded the free version of SnapMail. In other words, you don’t need to download a second app because SnapMail Emergency is simply an upgraded version of the free app.
Remember, with SnapMail Emergency, the app will send an SOS text and e-mail message to 5 of your Friends notifying them that you are in trouble, as well as having all of the other features of the free app.
So, how much does this SnapMail Emergency service cost?
1 month: $2.99
3 months: $7.99
6 months: $14.99
12 months: $24.99
Download the free version of the SnapMail app by clicking here and upgrade to SnapMail Emergency any time you wish. (You can cancel your subscription to the paid version and return to the free version any time you wish.)
SnapMail – it could save your life!
The SnapMail mobile phone app has a number of clever features that you should be aware of:
1. Time and Date Stamp
Every photo that you take is automatically stamped at the time and date on which it was taken. The e-mail immediately sent to you which contains the link to the photo is further evidence of the time at which the photo was taken. The photo which is saved in your private SnapMail account also displays the time at which the photo was taken. This could be very useful evidence for solving a crime.
2. GPS Location
Every SnapMail photo also contains a precise GPS location of where the photo was taken. This information is presented beside every photo in your private SnapMail website account. This also could be very useful evidence for solving a crime as it places a criminal at the precise location of the crime. You can’t have an alibi when you’ve just been SnapMailed!
When you click the big yellow ‘Take SnapMail Photo’ button once it doesn’t just take one photograph. For the 10 seconds after you click this button it actually takes 5 photos so be sure to continue moving your camera-phone to ensure you get the best photos. In the event that you drop the phone or if it is snatched from your hand during this 10 second interval any photos taken at the beginning will still be recorded.
4. Photos preserved for 30 Days
SnapMail photos may only be deleted from your private website account after 30 days. This is to protect you in case someone attempts to force you to delete photos against your will.
Click here to download the free SnapMail mobile phone app now. It could save your life!
If you’d like to learn about the premium version of SnapMail, called SnapMail Emergency, click here.
In short, the basic SnapMail app is free to download, whereas SnapMail Emergency is the premium, or paid-for, version of SnapMail.
The reason people pay the small monthly fee for SnapMail Emergency is because it includes a very valuable extra feature which is not on the free version of the app.
With the free version of SnapMail, users can take a photo using the app, e-mail it to themselves and upload it to the SnapMail website with a single click. The photo will have a time and date stamp, as well as a geo-location description of precisely where the photo was taken. This is a powerful service and anyone can avail of it for free. There is no obligation to upgrade to SnapMail Emergency.
Users of SnapMail can upgrade to SnapMail Emergency any time they want by clicking the upgrade option contained in the app. SnapMail Emergency contains all of the features of the basic free app, but it also offers a very clever ‘Alert’ system for people in vulnerable situations.
When you take a photo when you are a subscriber to SnapMail Emergency you will be sent an e-mail which contains a ‘Check-up’ link. The purpose of this ‘Check-up’ link is to check if you are ok and you have 5 minutes to click this link in the e-mail. If you click this link then clearly you are confirming that you are ok and nothing happens after that.
However, if you fail to click this ‘Check-up’ link within 5 minutes, SnapMail Emergency will automatically send an SOS e-mail and an SOS text message to 5 of your friends, notifying them to contact you immediately. This is an extremely valuable early warning system.
Download SnapMail now for free by clicking here and give some thought to upgrading to SnapMail Emergency when you have familiarised yourself with how it works. It could save your life!
If you haven’t heard of Chloe Bruce before, here is a fact for you to consider: in 2010, she set the Guinness World Record for most kicks in 1 minute with 212. She has been doing martial arts since she was 8 years old and has been called “the most dangerous woman alive”.
You can watch Chloe in action by clicking here.
It’s clear to see that Chloe would be well able to look after herself if she was ever targeted for a robbery, assault or rape.
But what about the rest of us who couldn’t kick our way out of a wet paper bag? What can we do to protect ourselves from a mugger, thief or rapist? Well, thankfully we have SnapMail and SnapMail Emergency. The mobile phone app won’t pack as big as punch as Chloe Bruce, but then it doesn’t need to! All it needs to do is make the attacker stop and think “I’m in big trouble if I do anything here because no matter what I do someone will have my photo. And the photo will be time-stamped and show the location.”
So, while a kick in the face (or worse!) from Chloe might cause some short term damage, it’s nothing to the pain a SnapMail photo will cause.
Download the free SnapMail app today by clicking here – it could save your life.
You can upgrade to SnapMail Emergency any time to wish, and can do so after you have have downloaded the basic SnapMail version.