Unreadable lets you send out sensitive information without worrying about prying eyes. Whether it's a credit card number or the location of a new factory, Unreadable can keep personal and confidential information private.
Just type or paste your snippet or phrase into an entry field and assign it a password. The app scrambles the information using an AES encryption algorithm with a 256-bit key.
Once it's scrambled, you can send the encrypted text to a colleague via email, Facebook, Twitter, etc. To unscramble it, they'll need a copy of Unreadable and the encryption key (sent separately); if you want, Unreadable will include instructions with the email.