Sex Tape App: ‘IntiMate’ Stores And Protects Homemade Sex Videos; How Safe Is It?

By Philip Ross on April 26, 2013 5:09 PM EDT

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A new sex tape app called “IntiMate” lets you make homemade videos and share them with complete strangers. (Photo: Screenshot/intimate-app.com)

A new sex tape app called "IntiMate" might not make you a bona-fide porn producer, but it's sure to have you and your bosom buddy finding new ways to improve on your horizontal hokey pokey.

"IntiMate" enables you to film and then upload intimate home videos from your phone to the cloud, where you can also browse other users' vids. The app, which has not yet been released, lets the user share videos with other users, who can even "compete" with other amateur vid makers for best tape.

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How safe is it?

According to the app's website, the tapes you make cannot be copied, screencasted or shared without your consent.

"We instantly encrypt your tape with a key specific to you, so that no one, even stealing your phone, SD card or computer can ever access it," the developers state on the app's website.

Most importantly, the app developers say that the app will screen all your online social networks like Facebook and LinkedIn to make sure your tapes are not seen by people you know. "Your tape remains invisible to anyone connected by less than 3 degrees to you," it says on the website.  

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