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Instead of Apps For WhatsApp Now-a-Days

Users of the Signal app are growing by leaps and bounds in one of Elon Musk‘s tweets. WhatsApp authorities have been recently informed that they will change their privacy policy to make it more Facebook friendly. If any other user does not agree to this privacy policy, he will lose his account. After hearing this news, users are worried about their privacy. WhatsApp has always been known as a secure app to users. But due to the change in the privacy policy, users are now looking for an alternative to WhatsApp. Meanwhile, tech tycoon Elon Musk told everyone to use the signal app via his two words tweet. After this tweet of his, the users of the Signal app have been increasing rapidly. At the time of writing, Signal App is number 1 on the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store Trending. 


What is the Signal app?

People are getting attracted to Signal App because it uses a more secure & encrypted messaging service than WhatsApp. The Signal app is a cross-platform encrypted messaging service developed by the Signal Foundation and Signal Messenger. You can share one-to-one and group messages using this app. Your messages can include files, images, videos & voice notes. This app is used by high ranking official & news outlets because of its privacy features. Right now this app has more than 10 million downloads in Google Play Store. Signal apps tagline is.

‘Say ‘’hello’’ to privacy.’

Other alternatives to WhatsApp

Disappointed by the change in WhatsApp’s privacy policy, many users have started looking for alternatives. There are some apps you can use instead of WhatsApp. 


A free, open-source, cloud-based messaging system run by Russian brothers Pavel and Nikolai Durov. 


A free, cross-platform based messaging system that can be used without providing a mobile number.


Ad-free, highly encrypted messaging system from Switzerland. This app also has a pin lock feature & an encrypted phone call service. This messaging app is not free.


This messaging platform has end-to-end encryption & a self-destructive message feature. This app has a free version for private users and another variant for business customers.


A cross-platform, open source-based messaging platform that uses end-to-end encryption.


This app does not save metadata & has an anonymous login feature. Hoccer is free and does not show advertisements to its users.



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