Signal is an encrypted messaging application which says on its official website: "We can't read your messages or listen to your calls, and no one else can either". Signal, however, has a neat little solution for WhatsApp migrants.
The hosts also asked Khilji about the prospects of the government developing its platforms similar to WhatsApp.
The Signals app has been downloaded by more than 100,000 people on Android and iOS devices in the past two days, citing data from the sensor tower, according to a Reuters report. Both apps look nearly the same and also offer similar options. If you think that the group link has been shared with outsiders by someone, you have the option to reset the group link and create a new Group link.
No. Your conversations are encrypted end-to-end, meaning not even WhatsApp itself can access them.
In addition to Signal, Telegram is also gaining more traction among users in India. It doesn't phase me and make me delete WhatsApp and move to Telegram.
While most people use WhatsApp to chat with friends and family, more and more people are reaching businesses via WhatsApp as well. The contact list on Signal is much narrower, and it hardly has 15 contacts. It looks like tech-savvy Indian people are shifting from WhatsApp to Telegram and Signal. He installed Signal messaging and there will be a #signalwonderbox. The app claims that user data is rarely used on its behalf.
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