Untyme – Messages That Don’t Expire

People thrive on human interaction, may it be with their families, their friends, etc. We heavily depend on the affection from these associations, and oftentimes crave it in the time that we’re alone. Sometimes, we miss the people we can’t get a hold of– lost relatives, and friends whose contact information you don’t have, for example –but what if I told you there was a way to reach them? A way to hear from them without searching?

What is Untyme?

There is always that uncertainty the future possesses, that lack of knowledge of what could happen. 

When will I die? Will it be years from now? Months? Weeks? Tomorrow? 

Will I ever get to say the things I’ve been meaning to say?

Now you have a tool that solves that for you, Untyme: to help you answer those questions and many more, and to leave behind something for others to find; your messages, your thoughts, the words you’ve waited to tell. Untyme is a messaging platform that allows you to send and receive messages at any appointed time, may it be birthdays, anniversaries, or other allotted times. 

What Can I Use Untyme For?

Unlike other messaging platforms, Untyme can be used for communicating in a number of ways. Such messages can either be delivered publicly, or privately. Any public message can be viewed by any and all people should they choose, while private messages allow you to place security questions to make sure the right person receives your note.

How would you feel if you were able to get the help you need?

264 million people have depression globally, and a common form of treatment amongst depression patients is “talk therapy,” a therapy heavily built around human interaction to help change a patient’s behavior and overcome their problems. 
Similarly, Untyme provides an opportunity to build that connection, and allows you to say what you need to. Being able to do so brings about a sense of relief. 

Studies have shown that being able to connect and interact with people in whichever way, shape, or form helps to reduce stress and uncertainty. And as connection flourishes uncertainty diminishes, which is part of the healing process.

How would it make you feel if you received a message from someone you lost years ago? 

Once again, we’re faced with a lack of certainty about one’s life, and what the future holds. Perhaps there is something you want to tell your family– whatever it may be –in the future, but you’re afraid you won’t be alive to deliver the message. 
Untyme acts as a deliverance system that allows you to leave that message for any appointed time– may it be tomorrow, or years from now –to be collected by the receiver. And until it’s claimed, the note lives safely in Skipfour’s secure servers.

These messages may vary from person to person. You may leave behind a letter telling someone how much they mean to you, well wishes for the people you care about, and even your will. The opportunities are endless; the only limit is your imagination. 

How would you feel if you were remembered on that special occasion?

Many people have a bad memory when it comes to remembering birthdays and anniversaries; sometimes it’s so bad that not even calendar reminders will help.
Untyme allows you to leave future messages for any date you choose! You can write birthday notes, anniversary notes– whatever! –to your family and friends using this platform, set the date you want it delivered on, and then you can sit back. On the day of, your message will be delivered without you having to remember 😉

So when you get that text from your friend thanking you for remembering the occasion, you can thank Untyme for a job well done. 

How would you feel if you got a new message every once in a while from someone you can’t talk to anymore?

On Untyme, there’s an opportunity to send recurring messages, or messages that will be delivered periodically to the recipient. These messages can, once again, be set to whichever date you choose, and can occur every year, month, week, or even day if desired. For as long as you want.
This goes hand-in-hand with the idea of death, or another shortening of time, and is especially important during COVID-19 and other crises. Maybe you have a group of people you want to celebrate every year, but you may not have the chance. Recurring messages allows you to write those notes and well wishes ahead of time, and lets you repeat them however frequently you choose.

Similarly, Untyme allows pulse messages. Pulse messages are only released if Untyme stops receiving pulse from you. We send you a pulse message and you respond to say “not yet”. When we stop receiving the message, we release it for the receiver to claim.

How would you feel if you were able to reconnect with people you lost touch with?

The plus side of leaving messages with this platform is that you don’t necessarily have to have the recipient’s contact information. Say, for example, you only remember the name of an elementary classmate. Well, you can leave a message for them under their name and only provide the information you’re sure of– the name of your elementary school, for example.
They’re able to view all messages that have been sent to them just by searching their name. And before they claim the note, they can confirm the message is for them by reading the information you put in. Perhaps they even need to answer the security questions you’ve set if the message is private; unless someone knows the answer, only the recipient will be able to claim the message.

How would you feel if you knew something about someone missing?

Untyme not only allows you to leave messages, but also lets you inform the population of a missing person. Simply post a public “Missing Person” flyer; someone may come across it and may be able to help. 
Such messages are seen globally, which adds to the cluster of people who come across that face, which leads to more people being able to recognize that missing person. These flyers can be used to communicate information about a missing person, and potentially find them.


Untyme, a place where you can leave birthday wishes for every birthday for years to come, a place where you can say the things you didn’t get the chance to say. A place for you to be there for their graduation 20 years from now, a place for you to leave behind a will. Untyme, a platform that allows you to send messages to loved ones or anyone else on the date and time of your choosing.

Messages can be sent anonymously, or under your name. You can choose whether you want them to be sent once, or whether you’d prefer them to be recurring. They can be either public or private. In the latter’s case, you can set security questions to keep your message safe from everyone except the receiver. 
Untyme, the messaging platform that allows you to communicate and so much more.