The world's richest person, Elon Musk, has endorsed a messenger app which may be a strong competition for WhatsApp.
The app is called Signal and it was also endorsed by Jack Dorsey of Twitter and many others, It is created for iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows, Mac and Linux users.
The messaging app was created by an American cryptographer identified as Moxie Marlinspike. A non-profit company, Signal Foundation, developed the app, whose features include sending messages, making audio and video calls, sharing media and links.
Signal users are unable to add people directly to a group. The person you are inviting will have to accept the invitation before becoming member of the group. By virtue of being owned by a non-profit company, Signal is not influenced by the need to use its users data to garner revenue from advertisers.
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