Signal Private Messenger Review
Signal is one of the messaging services that offer encrypted messages. The encryption is end-to-end, meaning that only the sender and receiver can see the messages. It makes it difficult for governments and hackers to get their hands on your messages (unless they have physical access to your device).
You can send messages about your apartment, job interviews, and your love life without scaring. But, Signal has one glaring flaw: it doesn’t offer encrypted group messages.
And I’m not talking about the unencrypted group messages you can send in Signal. I mean group messages with end-to-end encryption. The problem with group messages is that the messages have to be decrypted by the group message server. This is a problem because it means that the server operator can read your group messages.
To use Signal, you have to download the app and add your contacts from your phone. You should give them numbers and told them to download the app.
If you’re looking for an encrypted messaging service, then you should definitely check out Signal. It’s easy to use and offers end-to-end encryption.