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Omlet

A chat service introduced in 2014 that keeps user data on its servers no longer than two weeks and encourages users to store their chat data in their own cloud storage accounts such as Dropbox and Box. Omlet's policy prevents user data from being used for any marketing purposes.

Omlet apps include several tools for dressing up their chats with icons and photos, and Omlet's location feature notifies users if other Omlet contacts are nearby. Stanford University integrated Omlet into its iStanford app, and Asus has integrated it into its ZenFone line. For more information, visit www.omlet.me.
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