Sick of Snapchat? On an Android phone? Then you're in luck, because Snapchat's formerly iOS-only competitor Wickr just launched its Android app yesterday."Wickr for Android is powering users to send self-destructing messages without a trace," wrote Wickr co-founder and chief technology officer Robert Statica in a press statement. "Wickr does not collect any personally identiﬁable information on users, nor can we read any messages or contents sent through Wickr; therefore, no criminal or rogue government can take them from us."Fellow Wickr co-founder Nico Sell told Cnet that "Wickr has been approached by the FBI and [was] asked for a backdoor.