2 Best FREE Secure WhatsApp Alternatives


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2 Best FREE Secure WhatsApp Alternatives

Founded in 2009, WhatsApp is undoubtedly one of the most used and popular cross-platform messaging application in the world. Acquired by Facebook in 2014, WhatsApp boasts a user base of about 2 billion around the globe. However, with its recent news about the new privacy policy, you may be looking for some alternatives. If this is the case, then I am happy to share today's post with you all.

Now, although there are several instant messaging apps that represent valid alternatives to WhatsApp and you can find them in your respective Apps Market easily, I'll be sharing only the two specific apps that I've experienced people and friends talking about too much recently. In fact, when I myself went through with their features, I felt I should share the experience with you all here. As these, both do offer a lot of features and you may find them too quite secure and interesting to use as well.

So, let's quickly see what these applications are.

1. Telegram


Although released years after WhatsApp, the application is still very popular. In fact, in the year 2018, Telegram claimed to have reached 200 million users. Also, similar to WhatsApp, it also uses a double-tick system notifying you whether the receiver has received your message or not. This messaging app supports texts, audios, photos, videos, and document sharing. The app also allows you to create Chat Folders so that you can categorize your chats for easy access.

Some of its features include:

  • feature of searching and finding nearby people, without sharing your mobile number
  • option to edit the sent messages
  • send a silent message, this will not make notification sound on the receiver's mobile
  • set reminders
  • you can set polls and quiz modes
  • add multiple accounts
  • send and receive huge file even if it is over a GB

To find out more about its features, you can download the app from the below:

[Download Telegram ##android##]  [Download Telegram ##apple##]

2. Signal


The open-source app allows its users to send text and multimedia messages, make voice and video calls from both android and iOS devices. With end-to-end encryption for video calls, voice calls, and messages, the app is one of the best alternatives to WhatsApp. This app was in fact funded with $50 million by WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton, who left WhatsApp in 2017.

Some of its features include:

  • self-destructing messaging feature
  • open-source encryption, making the app more secure
  • the app's own screen lock functionality
  • option to manually edit and blur people's faces when sending photos
  • setting up a time limit under which your messages can be seen by the receiver
  • up to 150 members can be added to one group

To explore more features, you can download the app and give it a try.

[Download Signal ##android##]  [Download Signal ##apple##]

Do you think some more apps should have been mentioned here? If so, please do share your opinions in the comment box below.



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