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Cleantalk Launched Mobile Application to Control Sign-Up/Commentary on Websites

Chelyabinsk, Russia, March 26, 2014 --(PR.com)-- CleanTalk announces the launch of a mobile application for webmasters and website administrators. Now all iPhone/iPad users will be able to monitor messages, commentaries and sign-ups controlled by the CleanTalk anti-spam service.

CleanTalk developed an application for timely notification of website administrators about the website visitors' activity. We don't always have access to a PC but most of us always carry a smartphone or another mobile device, which is pretty handy to monitor your website with a mobile application anywhere.

The application is unified with the anti-spam service by the CleanTalk company – it collects all data about commentaries and sign-ups on a website that is necessary for website administrators and instantly sends it to your mobile device. Users will no longer need to sign in on their website or email as long as the application automatically provides notifications about new information.

It is especially useful so users need not miss any important messages. For instance, online shops owners will absolutely value such functions as they will be able to get instant information about an order received.

The application is available free in the AppStore. A version for Android is currently being developed and will be released in the nearest future.

CleanTalk is a service for automatic website spam protection which uses multi-step checks for spam detection.

The company was founded in 2011 and its target was to come up with a convenient and efficient tool for website spam protection. Its service provides 100% protection from spam bots for website administrators and a simple and convenient commentary/sign-up form for visitors.

The CleanTalk spam protection method allows users to refuse from the methods that complicate the communication for website visitors (no counting animals, no puzzles, no math, no question-answer etc.). The application also allows for automating the protection from both automatically sent spam and sign-ups by spam bots. Other features include messages blocking with stop-words and compiling a personal stop-words glossary.

The Company provides automatic spam protection services for popular CMS: Joomla, phpBB, Wordpress, DataLife Engine, IP Board, vBulletin, Drupal and open API.

Contact Information:
CleanTalk
Alex Bezborodov
+7 904 942 47 49
Contact via Email
CleanTalk.org

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