Private messaging app Gliph has brought back its bitcoin sending functionality. The functionality was previously removed in order for the app to remain in the App Store after Apple banned all apps capable of transmitting bitcoins. Apple lifted the ban several weeks ago, subject to certain conditions, and several bitcoin payment apps have since returned.
The app aims to make communications private. In transactions made off of online ads, information such as e-mail and phone number are hidden. Another objective is to prevent social networks from spying on private conversations. It is perhaps fitting that they have taken up the cause of a currency which also seeks anonymity.
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Users access either their Coinbase or Blockchain wallets, which are integrated through the app, to send bitcoins.
As part of the relaunch, the app has added the ability to scan QR codes. The app is also available for Android.