Q-Up Networking App Eliminates Privacy and Security Risks of Cloud-Based Transmission
In direct response to the privacy and security concerns related to cloud-based data sharing, Q-Up Enterprises, LLC has developed a first-of-its-kind app that beams pre-selected information directly between smartphones and devices.
"We know that there are a number of popular contact-sharing apps out there," says Q-Up Enterprises' software developer Doug Denny. "But Q-Up is the first of its kind that addresses consumer concerns about cloud-based transmission and data storage. The direct transmission works without Internet service, cloud service, or even knocking phones together."
Q-Up currently works between same smartphone platforms (iPhone or Android). Future versions will be provided in seven additional international languages and with enhanced file capabilities.
Q-Up Plus ($1.99) enables the two exchanging parties to share photo, first and last name, company name, street, city, state, zip, website, home email, work email, home phone, work phone, home fax, work fax and geo-code of location, day, date, and time. Individual data fields can quickly and easily be turned "On" or "Off" by the parties.
For people who want to "test drive" before they buy, a free version is also available. It includes select, valuable information, including photo, first and last name, home phone, cell phone, and email address.