During World War II, Germany's greatest secret was the Enigma Machine, which was used to encode almost all the
secret messages sent to their army and navy units. After the war, the Allies destroyed hundreds of surviving Enigmas,
dumping them to the bottom of the Atlantic. Only a few survive throughout the world.
Now, you can have a piece of this history in your pocket. The Pocket Enigma is a hyper-realistic simulator of an actual Enigma machine. Using photographs and sound recordings from a surviving Enigma, the Pocket Enigma works just like the real thing.
Encoded messages are copied to your clipboard, so you can paste secret messages into e-mail or SMS messages. Rotors and rings can be set just like the original. A detailed history of the machine and its uses is included in the app, with links for further research.
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