You know how to take a picture and send it from your phone, right? You probably also know that no one is going to be looking at it or even seeing it. But what if you want to send someone something, but don’t want them to see it? Well, there’s an app for that! 

This article will look at the latest version of Privacy note, which is available on both Android and iOS. It is a great way to send images, videos, audio recordings, documents, and more to anyone else without having them see what you’re sending. And while it isn’t perfect in every way (there are bugs), I’ve been using it daily for several months now and find it quite useful. Here’s how it works. 

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Setting Up 

If you haven’t already done so, you’ll need to have your device linked up to your Google account. Once this is complete, you’ll receive an email from Google with instructions on how to download the app. After installing the app, open it and click on “SignIn” at the top. If you don’t already have a Google account set up, choose “Create New Account.” This will allow you to create a new account and then add it to your existing privacy note app. 

Once you’re logged into your account, you can either logout and start over, or you can continue by clicking on “Continue.” 

Creating A Privacy Note 

The first screen you will see after logging in is the main screen where you can access your privacy notes. From here, you can view all of your privacy notes. Each time you create a note, you can give it a title as well as a description. The image below shows me creating my first note. 

From here, you can select the type of privacy note that you would like to create. These include Audio, Document, Image, Video, Location, Link, Text, File, and Contact. To create a new note, simply tap on the circle in the bottom corner of each option. 

After selecting whether you want to send a link, text, file, or contact information, you can enter a name for your note. In addition, you can also select any images, videos, or audio files that you would like to attach to your note. Once you’re finished entering everything, press the big blue button marked “Post” in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. 

A pop-up will appear with a preview of the note, and an alert saying that your note has been posted. At this point, you can delete or edit your note before pressing Save in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. 

Sending a Note 

Now, let’s say you’d like to send a note to someone. Simply go back into your privacy notes, and select the note you wish to send. Then, click on the arrow next to the Post button. This will bring up a list of options for you to select. These include Email, SMS, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Viber, Messenger, Telegram, Line, WeChat, Skype, Hangouts, Snapchat, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Flickr, Gmail, Outlook, and Mailbox. I prefer to use the email option since I’m always connected to my phone, and I can always get to my email quickly when I need to. 

As you can see in the screenshot above, I am sending a text message to a friend. If you want to send an audio recording, video, document, location, link, or contact, you will have to do this manually. 

Editing A Note 

Privacy notes can be edited within minutes of being sent. Just go into your privacy notes, select the note you’d like to edit, and click on the Edit icon. You can then make any changes that you’d like to the note. 

Delete A Note 

To delete a note, go into your privacy notes, select the note, and click on the trashcan icon. All notes will automatically be deleted when they are no longer needed. 


While some people may think that apps like this are too convenient, I love that I can send anything from a photo to a video recording to a person in seconds. There are still bugs that I encounter regularly, but overall, I am quite happy with this software. I hope that it continues to improve because it is really useful. 

What privacy features do you use to protect your messages? Share your thoughts about the latest version of Privacy note in the comments section below.