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Digify Viewer APK

Use this app to view files and data rooms in Digify.

Version2.0.7 (69)
UpdatedAug 07, 2020 (2 months ago)
DeveloperDigify Inc
CategoryApps, Productivity
IDcom.digify.android
Installs10,000+

Use this app to view files and data rooms in Digify.

Files you shared or received in Digify are securely stored and accessible using this Digify File Viewer mobile app.

Supported Formats:
- PDF
- MS Office documents, powerpoint and excel files
- Images

Features:
- Easy Viewing: Access files and data rooms in Digify securely.
- Instant Notifications: Get notifications when your file has been viewed, printed or downloaded.
- File Tracking Statistics: See who viewed your files, how many times, from where and for how long.
- Built-in Content Protection: Files are encrypted and by default available for viewing only; no copy is stored in the recipient’s device.
- Secret Mode: Files shared in Digify’s secret mode require this File Viewer app for access. With secret mode enabled, print, download and forwarding are automatically disabled; screenshots and Apple airplay or similar recording technologies are also blocked.
- Encrypted & Certified: Uses AES-256 encryption algorithm to protect your files, HIPAA compliant and our hosting infrastructure is certified for ISO 27001, FedRAMP, FIPS, PCI DSS Level 1

The app is available to users with existing Digify accounts and subscriptions. The Digify File Viewer is free and only supports file viewing, data room access and file activity statistics tracking.

If you wish to sign up for a new account or subscription, or access the full secure file sharing features, please proceed to https://digify.com on your browser.

“Digify demonstrated it was the most innovative by highlighting a simple and inexpensive way to address a recurring challenge of controlling and protecting ideas and information.”
- Hugh Thompson, Head judge, RSA Innovation Sandbox

“Sometimes you'd like to share a file without actually letting someone else have access to it permanently. Digify steps up, letting you give others temporary access to files–including those in Dropbox–that automatically expires.”
- Eric Ravenscraft, Lifehacker

What's New

• Security updates
• Bug fixes and improvements

Email: support@digify.com

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