Posts: 39
5 March 2023 at 7:52 pm #323


Signal is (Was) a great app. It has ‘disappearing messages’ option (so your encrypted messages self delete with no trace) and massive security. If planning a rebellion, protest, movement, this is a great option. In February 2023 they dropped SMS coverage. Now it’s a no go until when/if it is restored. But the app’s features are massive. For now, give it a miss. But watch for a future Signal use. It will outrank your MSM/SMS/WWhastapp/Whodingthing…

Signal allows you to communicate without internet or local network in a range of upto 100 meters. How do you communicate when there is no internet?

Signal Offline: Messaging could be one-on-one or in a group. Signal allows you to send audio, text, photo and video messages to users around you over WiFi direct. On start-up, the Signal app sends a signal to discover nearby devices.

Alexander Lee (ROARSHA)
21 February 2023
This app is great for having private, end-to-end encrypted conversations with people who also have signal. It’s easy as hell to set up for the first time, and I love how everything about it is privacy focused, from the messages and calls to the disappearing messages feature you can set, so that after a message has been read by the recipient, it will delete itself after a specified time. That’s pretty dope. I love signal. And it’s onboarding process is simple as can be. It should be used more