Signal, instant messaging app is continuously grabbing a surge in new users and first-time downloads of the app globally. Trends also indicating the same. Single has topped the charts in Apple Store in various countries including India. Also on the Google Play store, Single is approaching the same and in a short span of time Single has become the third most popular app in India. However, if you are still wondering how Single will keep up with the new users and enhance the product at the same time, Elon Musk’s tweet should offer some relief. When Whatsapp topped the charts in the era of instant messaging apps, Tesla’s founder Musk showed faith in the privacy-focused instant messaging app, Signal!!
Responding to a tweet from e-commerce business CEO Alexander Sibert (@alexandersibert), Musk confirmed that he is ready to invest in Signal again. “@elonmusk should invest into @signalapp for make it more popular, stable and better UX. Maybe Signal used later in every Tesla car and SpaceX project,” he tweeted. Elon Musk replied, “Already donated to Signal a year ago. Will donate more.”
Because of a recent privacy update, there are so many rumors about Whatsapp saying Whatsapp is leaking user’s private chats and other information with Facebook. As a result, users are switching to more secure chatting apps like Signal and Telegram.
While a ton of what is in the new terms has just been known, WhatsApp is currently saying it plainly that client information is and will keep on being imparted to Facebook and other Facebook items just as administrations. WhatsApp additionally says that it tracks client area information consistently, and regardless of whether you are savvy enough to kill area access for WhatsApp on your Android telephone or Apple iPhone, the application actually gathers and logs IP locations and telephone number codes to gauge your overall area—WhatsApp says this is for diagnostics and investigating. Sign’s notoriety on the outlines doesn’t come as an amazement.