Signal Private Messenger Android


Wary of your privacy when it comes to chatting? Move over to this super secure instant messaging app supported by Snowden: Signal Private Messenger

8 / 10 (12 Votes)

Edward Snowden has only had to publish a few tweets to turn Signal Private Messenger into the new instant messaging application used by the most paranoid users in terms of security.

I use Signal everyday. Take note of that, FBI!

It's a tool to be able to chat individually or in groups, with the particularity that our communications are encrypted from end to end, so that nobody can spy our conversations, not even the NSA. Just like WhatsApp.

The functions of Signal aren't at all new, as it integrates the best features of RedPhone and TextSecure, two applications from the same company, Open Whisper Systems. And as couldn't be otherwise, it's also an open-source development.

Main features

  • Individual and group chats.
  • End-to-end encrypted communications.
  • Send messages, photos, audio files and videos in a safe manner.
  • Built-in phone calls.
  • Doesn't require registries, your phone number is your identifier.
Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.0.
Open Whisper Systems
3 months ago
3 months ago
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