• Signal is a free messaging app that uses end-to-end encryption to keep your messages private.
  • When you send a message, the only people who can see that message are the recipients — not even the company that runs Signal can see what you send.
  • You can use Signal to send texts, photos, videos, and voice messages, as well as manage group chats.
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