(NEW YORK)–WorldFlix, Inc. (OTC: WRFX) announced the launch of their anti cyberbullying app Swantry is set for April 15, 2017.
Anti Cyberbullying Mobile App
Swantry provides a comprehensive suite of tools for ensuring child safety, including geo-fencing, curfew settings, a versatile messenger app that aims to stop cyberbullying, real-time notifications and alarms, designation of trusted contacts, and allowing only trusted apps to be downloaded on the smartphone. Settings are customized based on a family’s needs and preferences, fostering dialogue and trust between parents and children around the important subject of safety in a digital world. The app is designed with two interfaces – one for parents and one for children – to allow parents to stay involved and aware. Swantry uses Paranotek’s military-grade, proprietary encryption technology to ensure the security of the users’ data. User data is never collected, stored or shared, giving the user total privacy protection.
Brad Listermann, Chairman and CEO of WorldFlix, says, “Swantry empowers children to utilize smart devices and digital services responsibly and stay within safe limits, without compromising their ability to use the phone for learning, playing and communicating. It is a must-have app for parents to get peace of mind, as well as for children to stay safe in the digital world.”
A new comprehensive video highlighting the key features of Swantry can be also seen via this link: https://www.facebook.com/SwantryApp/videos/1231643060285249/
Swantry will be released on Android marketplaces as well as on planned Android Swantry pre-installed devices.
As of March 23, 2017, the Company has around 59 million common shares issued and outstanding, and is traded under the ticker symbol “WRFX”.
About WorldFlix, Inc.
WorldFlix, Inc. (OTC: WRFX) (OTC PINK: WRFXD) operates in a variety of niche businesses in the technology and entertainment sphere. WorldFlix divisions include AppFarm, a platform for acquiring, developing, and growing niche apps for mobile and tablet devices; Drobbits, an interactive platform that allows users to create, play and monetize their own video games; Paranotek, a Finnish technology and design company that incorporates its military-grade, proprietary security and privacy features when developing software and apps; Swantry, designed to allow parents to ensure their child is safe on their mobile device; and WorldFlix Entertainment Management, a television and movie development and management business. For more information on WorldFlix, Inc., please visit www.worldflix.co
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