Signal raises to top free apps on App Store after ditch WhatsApp

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Signal raises to top free apps on App Store after ditch WhatsApp
Signal raises to top free apps on App Store after ditch WhatsApp

Signal raises to top free apps on App Store after ditch WhatsApp

App Signal raises to top free apps on App Store after ditch WhatsApp
App Signal raises to top free apps on App Store after ditch WhatsApp

After the uproar on WhatsApp – Facebook, the app that shines the top is Signal.

As resentment against WhatsApp’s latest policy of sharing data with Facebook has grow,

the app chart continues to climb.

In a tweet, the app said that it has become the No. 1 download app in the free app category on the App Store.

only not in India, it became the top downloaded application in

Germany, Finland, Austria, France, Hong Kong & Switzerland.

App said that it is seeing such a surge in new users that,

there is a delay in phone number verification of new accounts.

Signal leaps in the charts come from the support of Elon Musk as well as WhatsApp’s displeasure.

Elon Musk tweet on 7th January – Use Signal to his 41.5 million followers.

Tesla CEOs have also vocal in their criticism of Facebook. He recently tweet a picture of a man stacking dominoes.

Dominoes 1st quote Facebook as a website to rate women on campus and last write,

The Capitol is in control of a man in a Viking Hat.

Application is available on Android & iOS and also on the iPad.

Windows, Linux & Mac users can also download the app.

It is now being view as an alternative to the mobile messaging app as well as the Facebook ecosystem.

And being use extensively by activists, journalists, lawyers, researchers, security experts & dissidents.

It is back by the likes of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey & American whistleblower Edward Snowden.

which goes around 2014 with the tagline of Say hello to privacy.

It develop by the Signal Foundation & Signal Messenger LLC, a non profit company.

Foundation create by Brian Acton, the co founder of WhatsApp and Moxie Marlinspike,

CEO of Signal Messenger. Acton left WhatsApp in 2017 & donate $ 50 million to help fund Signal.

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