The new policy changes of WhatsApp has stirred a debate in the media, bringing us tons of messages in a day to quit the Facebook owned platform due to privacy concerns. Many organizations have also started issuing advisories to their employees to avoid sensitive data sharing over WhatsApp and many users have started looking for new cross-platform messaging services.
And if you’re someone seeking to try other services but are clueless about where to start then fret not, we have a list of different messaging platforms that you can give a go.
Take a look:
The instant cross-platform messaging app from Signal Foundation has witnessed a sudden rise in its popularity (Thanks to WhatsApp!). This app gives you the same feature as the Facebook backed platform and toutes to deliver it with fidelity. Moreover their ‘Note To Self’ feature allows you to jot down the messages that you want to share later.
Look at what you've done. 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/0YuqyZXtgP
— Signal (@signalapp) January 8, 2021
Telegram was launched in the year 2013 and had hit the market with its claim of being the fastest instant messaging app. Touted to be a very secure, fun and user-friendly app, Telegram allows you the syncing of messages from various platforms and helps you quit fondling with numerous apps at a time.
— Telegram Messenger (@telegram) January 10, 2021
A free, simple calling as well as messaging app, Viber, is quite popular in the middle east region and is now turning to gather huge crowds in India too. Using this platform, you can also make calls on landline numbers and send self-destructing messages to your contacts. It also has a huge range of stickers and GIFs easily available for you to make your chats more lively.
— Viber (@Viber) December 31, 2020