Jott, a messaging app that works without a data plan or WiFi connection, has become increasingly popular among junior high and high school students. Co-founder Jared Allgood revealed that the app is adding 15,000-20,000 user per day.
So how does it work? Teens who don’t have smartphones or a data plan can now message each other using their iPods and iPads. It has to be on a closed network within a 100-foot area within school limits. Additional features of the app include disappearing messages and screenshot detection similar to Snapchat. Know more about Jott here.