July 19, 2011 11:55 AM Eastern Daylight Time 

Stephen W. Carnes Announces Encrypted Secure Voice Communications App for Cell Phones Now Available as an Enterprise Solution for iPhone, Android and Blackberry Users from Kryptos Communications, Inc.

LONGWOOD, Fla.--Kryptos Communications, Inc. recently launched an enterprise management solution for corporations and other organizations seeking to provide employees and associates with encrypted, secure voice communications on iPhone, Android and Blackberry cell phones.

Kryptos features a muscle-flexing 256 bit AES military grade encryption to encrypt voice communications between users. The Kryptos voice encryption App is available as a free download in the App marketplaces for iPhone, Android and Blackberry users. The product provides VoIP connectivity for secure encrypted voice calling over several networks including 3G, 4G and WiFi.

Stephen W. Carnes, President of Kryptos Communications, Inc., stated, “We are extremely pleased with the reception we are receiving for Kryptos by iPhone, Android and Blackberry mobile phone users. Secure voice communications at an affordable price has been long overdue and Kryptos is filling a huge pent up demand by mobile phone users for both individual consumers and corporate enterprise clients.”

Kryptos is cross platform compatible affording users of the iPhone, Android and Blackberry cell phones to speak securely to each other. The Kryptos app is available for free download in your cell phone marketplace and iTunes. Individual users pay a $10 monthly service fee. For enterprise solution pricing please refer to the Kryptos website or contact Kryptos for available pricing plans.

About Kryptos Communications, Inc.

Kryptos Communications, Inc. provides individuals and businesses with secure communication solutions in a world intent on invasive intrusions to personal privacy and security. Kryptos is available for use on iOS devices including iPhone, iPad and iTouch, in addition to a wide variety of Android and Blackberry mobile devices.

For more information, please visit:



Kryptos Communications, Inc.
Stephen W. Carnes, 407-516-3763

Stephen W Carnes


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