Tesla company CEO Elon Musk also announced the move to signal app in the past. After this, the number of users on the signal app has crossed 500 million and this figure is increasing every hour, hence the signal app has topped the chart of most downloaded apps.
But the biggest question that arises here is whether the signal app is safe? Does it sustain our privacy? In this regard, Signal COO Aruna Harder, while answering several important questions in a special conversation with India Today, said that the biggest feature of Signal is that it does not ask for details from customers. According to her, the signal app takes only contact number of the users so that OTP verification can be completed. Apart from this, no additional information is asked and in such a situation, when it does not have so much information about the user, then what will it share on any other platform. Apart from this, your chat backup is not stored online on the signal. This means that the data of the conversation is saved on the phone itself and not on the signal app’s server, which is the most important thing.
In this link, she further informed that maintaining customer privacy is our first priority and we guarantee that private details will never be sought from a user. He said that the signal app has been designed in such a way that the user does not ask for his personal data. At the same time, he also said that the Indian government is very sensitive about the data privacy of its people and we give full confidence to the government that whatever data or conversation you do on the signal platform is absolutely safe. Apart from this, she also told that the Signal app has another special feature that your old messages get deleted automatically here.