Keep your private conversations private.
Use a secure messenger instead of services like SMS (text message), Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, Google Hangouts, Skype, or Yahoo Messenger.
About as good as it gets in secure messaging.
Signal's popularity is well deserved. It's encryption is second-to-none, it supports text, voice, and video calling, and it's simple enough for anyone to comfortably adopt.Learn More »
With text, video, and voice, Signal's one of the most secure messengers available and endorsed by specialists like Edward Snowden.Learn More
Wire- a potential Slack competitor- supports E2EE voice, video, screen sharing, free sketching, and is protected by Swiss privacy laws.Learn More
With anonymous registration and no-knowledge access to your messages, Threema's a nice choice for those needing extra anonymity.Learn More
A great messenger for more technical users, Keybase's integrated file sharing is robust and convenient for sharing files across the web.Learn More
Wickr's a great office/team messenger with encrypted voice, video, and screen sharing- plus a perfect 5-star rating from the EFF!Learn More
Cyph's a nice option for those needing extreme anonymity and browser-based ephemeral text, voice, and video messaging.Learn More