Signal Private Messenger

Signal Private Messenger

Signal Private Messenger review

Eleanor Wilson

Signal Private Messenger is a free encrypted messaging application for smartphones. It was originally called TextSecure and developed by Signal Foundation. This app uses the ZRTP protocol to provide end-to-end encryption. This means that the content of the message is encrypted on the sender's device and decrypted on the receiver's device. No one can intercept the message in between. The encryption key is ephemeral and is discarded after the message is read.

Signal Private Messenger has a simple and clean user interface. It is available for Android and iOS. It supports text messages, photos, videos, and voice messages. It can also send location and contact information and supports group messaging.


With Signal Private Messenger you can send text messages, images, videos, audios, contacts, groups, locations, etc. It's a secure messaging app. All the messages are end-to-end encrypted, and the only person who can read your messages is the person or group chat that you send messages to. You can send messages to anyone, even if they're not using Signal. Signal uses your existing phone number and address book. There are no separate logins, usernames, passwords, or PINs to manage or lose.


The design is minimalistic, so users won't have to deal with lots of unnecessary buttons and settings. Everything is clear, simple and intuitive. The whole design is focused on the content – all the information is focused on the screen and in a way you can read the message, without even looking at the buttons.


The app is intuitive and easy to understand and use. The app can be launched with one tap on an icon that is clearly visible and clearly visible colors. The user can have a chat in one tap. The user can send a picture in one tap. The user can make a call with one tap. The user can send a text message in one tap. In one tap, the user can send a voice message, and in one tap, the user can send a location. In one tap, the user can add a new contact. Everything is in one tap.

Cross-platform use

Signal Private Messenger is available on Android, iOS and desktop. A whole bunch of people uses Signal as their primary messaging app and it's not difficult to see why. It's free, open-source, and makes encryption easy. More and more people are starting to use Signal on their desktop computers. This is mostly thanks to the unofficial Signal Desktop app being made available.
The Signal Private Messenger cross-platform use allows users to continue messaging on their smartphone and then, later, continue where they left off on their computer.

In-app purchases

This app is a messenger, so obviously there aren't any in-app purchases. You can install the app for free and all features are available to you instantly.


Signal Private Messenger is a great app. It's easy to use, fast, and safe. The app is available for Android, iOS and desktop. Usability and functionality are great and the design is simple and intuitive. The Signal Private Messenger supports all basic messaging needs and even more complex ones. The app is free and open-source. It's easy to install and there are no in-app purchases.

  • Interface 7
  • Menu and Features 9
  • Usability 8
  • Any glitches? 9

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