Frustrated with WhatsApp, users are switching to signal and telegram


In the wake of concerns about WhatsApp’s new privacy policy, Signal has seen a significant increase in new sign-ups after Elon Musk advised its followers to use a privacy-centric app. If you use Signal or Telegram, you know that your contacts are signing up for dozens of messaging apps, and most WhatsApp groups are full of conversations about changing platforms.

Growth of new sign-ups Signal With some network providers the verification codes are clearly too large to be delayed. Musk Tweeted On Thursday Telling people to ‘use the signal’ and this little piece of advice from the world’s richest man has caused signal servers to overload with new sign-ins.
The WhatsApp The opponent took to Twitter Confirm It is getting a lot of new requests for new additions. This sudden spurge has led to delays in verification codes from network providers. The error was fixed soon and users should now be able to register without any hiccups.

It comes at the right time for the signal as WhatsApp is stuck In a privacy dispute After starting to notify customers to accept new terms and policies. Fine-print suggested that data sharing with Facebook would be mandatory, but so was WhatsApp Has now been clarified Consumer privacy policies do not change. The new privacy policy change will only be addressed to business accounts.

Unlike the musk, the whistleblower Edward Snowden Signal also recommended. He answered the customer who asked why they should trust the signal To say, “Here’s a reason: I use it every day and I’m not dead yet.”

Signal is an open source messaging app that focuses on privacy and is widely used by journalists, security professionals and academics around the world. The signal protocol also supports end-to-end encryption of WhatsApp.

Apart from the signal, there are also a lot of users who have moved away from WhatsApp and joined Telegram As well as. Like Signal, Telegram also sends notifications when customers enter their contacts’ platform, and if you are already a user, you have been bombarded with notifications since the alarm about WhatsApp’s new privacy policy, which also comes with an ultimatum that people will not be able to use the new Terms of Service until after February 8.

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