WhatsApp surpasses signal in free apps: free apps category

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New Delhi, January 11: Cross-platform encrypted messaging service signal has secured the first position in the free app category of App Store in many countries of the world including India. On Saturday, Signal’s official Twitter handle shared a screenshot showing it being the first place above WhatsApp in India. It has been written by tweeting, “See what you guys have done.” Apart from India, it has also topped the most downloaded apps in Germany, France, Austria, Finland, Hong Kong, Switzerland.

In fact, the new privacy policy of Facebook-owned multimedia messaging app WhatsApp is coming into effect from February 8, according to which it is being said that users’ data is shared with Facebook, Instagram and other partner companies. Will be done. While clarifying on this, the company has said that it will only apply to business accounts and private chat will not have any effect on them. ALSO READ: EPFO: Having trouble withdrawing PF money? Complain about these WhatsApp numbers

After this new announcement of WhatsApp, Tesla CEO Elon Musk also suggested that people use the ‘signal’ and it was safe. After this, the process of downloading it started by the users, which is still going on.

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