Friday, July 26, 2013

American Kabuki: Project XIII for Windows 8 Phone is Released and Now in Microsoft App Stores for Download

Project xiii is live!

One thing I want to make perfectly clear is that the I-UV exchange, which will eventually be the medium threw which value can be transferred, is NOT Project xiii. This project is a safe and secure way to transfer data between 2 parties with out a third party having access too your data (internet servers and giants). Facebook, Twitter, Google and all the "free" services out there are actually selling your data off to the highest bidder, per your consent after hitting "I agree" in the terms and conditions. Wow it's almost like a contract! Thanks American Kabuki for posting this.

- Justin

Project XIII for Windows 8 Phone is Released and Now in Microsoft App Stores for Download

I just finished speaking to Caleb Skinner, the force behind Project XIII. We have some good news! The Windows 8 Phone app is now in the windows app store! The iPhone app will follow on in week or so. The Windows phone app will only work on Windows 8 phones, not the prior version of windows phones. Caleb said their policy will be to always support the latest version of phones plus the previous generation.

The iPhone app is complete but Caleb is moving some of the buttons around so that the user interface is more friendly to the phone owner.

The app is free to download, and comes with a 60 day free subscription. After 60 days the subscription price is the very reasonable price of $1/month. The subscription pays for the server that syncs your friends updates from the prior 3 days to your phone. Project XIII is unique in that its entire design is to keep your data private and owned by you. Project XIII will only store friends updates for 3 days, so its up to you to sync with your friends, after 3 days their updates go away from the server. The sync data is stored on the server in AES 256 encrypted form, and is not retained longer than 3 days.

Windows desktop and Mac Desktop apps will follow soon after the iPhone release.

Below are some screenshots from the Windows 8 Phone app that Caleb has provided:


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