It’s open source, meaning anyone can look at and audit the code for security and privacy concerns, and in my opinion, it strikes the best balance of security, privacy, and ease of use of any messaging platform out there.
What this means in practical terms is that it can be used in place of (or addition to) your default SMS app. It can be used to easily send securely-encrypted text messages which are almost impossible for nosy busy-bodies to snoop on.
This can be very useful depending on where you live.
Then, direct message me on Twitter and ask me for my phone number for use with Signal
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