About BlindCell & BlindCell Gear

BlindCell Android only

BlindCell is a high security and privacy end-to-end encrypted messaging app running on Android mobile phones and smart devices, which is developed and owned by Experts for Integrated Solutions.

BlindCell uses the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm, namely, the AES-256 algorithm to secure SMS messaging. The AES-256 algorithm has a key length of 256 bits, supports the largest bit size and is practically unbreakable by brute force based on current computing power, making it the strongest symmetric encryption standard. Thus, it protects the content of your SMS messages and it can only be disclosed by their destined recipients.

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BlindCell Gear iOS & Android

BlindCell Gear is a generic front-end text encryption App running on iOS and Android mobile phones and smart devices, which is developed and owned by Experts for Integrated Solutions.

BlindCell Gear can be used to: (1) Send encrypted SMS messages through your default SMS messaging app; (2) Share encrypted text messages through your social media texting apps (e.g., WhatsApp, Viber, Messenger, Skype, etc.); (3) Share encrypted text messages through your web or private email account on (Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Outlook, etc.); and (4) Encrypt and store text messages on your mobile phone or smart device.

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The main features of BlindCell are:

  • Complete and comprehensive replacement for the the SMS Messages App on Android devices.
  • Easy to install and use.
  • Strong symmetric encryption algorithm.
  • Strong symmetric locally determined key.
  • Used alternatively with the Default SMS Messaging App on your device.
  • Plaintext (Unencrypted) & Encrypted SMS Message Exchange.
  • Multiple Recepients.
  • High privacy.
  • Strongly link to the user SIM card.
  • Direct or third-party subscription.
  • One-time subscription.
  • Lifetime assets with free update.
  • Users can sign-in using BlindCell Gear Username & Password.
  • Fully compatible with BlindCell Gear.
  • Untraceable messages.

The main features of BlindCell Gear are:

  • Flexible text encryption app for iOS & Android devices (e.g., mobile phones, smart devices, etc.).
  • Easy to install and use.
  • Strong symmetric encryption algorithm.
  • Strong symmetric locally determined key.
  • Encrypted messages can be sent via the Messages App on your device.
  • Encrypted messages can be shared via WhatsApp, Viber, Messenger, etc.
  • Encrypted messages can be sent via any Public or Private Webmail Server.
  • Auto detect and decrypt encrypted messages.
  • High privacy.
  • Direct or third-party subscription.
  • One-Time subscription.
  • Lifetime assets with free update.
  • Users can sign-in using BlindCell's Username & Password.
  • Fully compatible with BlindCell.
  • The only iOS & Android app to allow for text message encryption.

Who Can Benefit from BlindCell & BlindCell Gear

Government Officials

Military Forces

Security Forces

Intelligence Agencies



Managers & Celebrities

General Public

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  •     2023-08-05

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  •     2023-03-10

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  •     2023-03-10

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