Cloaked - Share screenshots and images while protecting sensitive data
Brisbane based Schimera today introduces Cloaked for macOS, an app to blur or block out sensitive information in images shared via email or social media. Cloaked allows anyone to share the main elements of a document or photo while selectively shielding identifying data such as names, addresses, account numbers and faces. The app automatically identifies regions of text or faces within an image, users can select to unhide certain regions if they choose.
Brisbane, Australia - Schimera Pty Ltd. today launches Cloaked for macOS, a new app to share screenshots and photos while protecting sensitive data within them. Cloaked allows anyone to share the main elements of a document or photo while selectively shielding identifying data such as names, addresses, account numbers and faces. The app automatically identifies regions of text or faces within an image, users can select to unhide certain regions if they choose.
When shielding text, Smart uncloak will attempt to identify text regions that are safe to include in the output. Users can override any choices the app has made. Cloaked is particularly useful for schools, playgroups, individuals and businesses who share screenshots or photos via email or social media where parts of the image may need to be obscured for privacy reasons.
* Various filters including: Black out, Pixelate, Hex Pixelate and Crystallise
* Scale option to increase the strength of the distortion
* Share directly from within the app to other installed apps
* Copy and Paste directly from and to other applications without creating files
* macOS Catalina (10.15) or newer
Cloaked is available worldwide through the macOS App Store in the Utilities category. This initial release is for macOS, but support for iOS and Windows is on the roadmap. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or publication represented when making a request.
Located in Brisbane, Australia, Schimera was founded in 1993 by independent software developer Sean Ashton. Schimera specialises in MVP and prototype software development, delivering to clients across the world in a variety of industries including mining, telecoms, government, farming, education, location-based services and social networking. Copyright (C) 2021 Schimera Pty Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.