There is something undeniably satisfying about getting a text message from someone you know, verifying that they are really who they say they are. Whether it’s an old friend you haven’t seen in a while or a family member you trust implicitly, verifying someone’s identity through text is a reliable way to keep relationships strong. But with the rise of security threats and increasing reliance on digital communication, verifying identities isn’t just for friends anymore.
Text verification is a process of checking the accuracy of text data by comparing it to a known source. This is used in a variety of applications, from banking and email to online shopping and social networking. Text verification can be done manually or with automated tools.
Textverified is a new app that allows users to verify the authenticity of text messages and phone calls. The app was developed by two students at the University of Texas at Austin, and it is currently available for Android and iPhone. Textverified is simple to use: after downloading the app, users input the message they want to verify and click on the “scan” button.