Signal - Private Messenger
Signal is a messaging app that prioritizes user privacy, offering end-to-end encryption to ensure complete confidentiality. Users can send texts, voice messages, photos, videos, GIFs, and files for free using Signal's data connection, avoiding SMS and MMS fees. The app also provides encrypted voice and video calls with crystal-clear quality, supporting group calls for up to 40 people. With group chats that can accommodate up to 1,000 people, users have control over who can post and manage group members through admin permission settings. Signal also allows users to share image, text, and video stories that automatically disappear after 24 hours, and privacy settings enable users to dictate who can view each story. Signal prides itself on its commitment to privacy, as it knows nothing about its users or their contacts. The implementation of the open-source Signal Protocol ensures that messages and calls remain unreadable to anyone, including Signal itself. The platform is independent and not for profit, relying on donations rather than advertisers or investors. For queries, support, or additional information, users can visit the support page at https://support.signal.org/. To access the app's source code, users can visit https://github.com/signalapp. For updates and news, users can follow Signal on Twitter @signalapp and Instagram @signal_app.