The popular cryptographic messaging app Signal has finally increased support for the iPad, allowing Apple device users to connect to their accounts and contacts via tablets, which is good news for those who prefer to multitask on the big screen and type quickly using the keyboard. Integrated video trimming and the ability to forward messages between sessions.
Signal, along with Threema, Telegram, and other messaging applications, provides consumers with encrypted messaging to make conversations more secure than unencrypted chat services. Signal is free and is very popular due to its combination of security, functionality and cross-platform support, and the interface is very beautiful.
Signal 3.0 also brings small improvements, such as making the app easier to browse and use by clicking on someone’s profile picture in a group conversation to quickly call or send a message.
If you’re interested in Signal, you can also join the Beta community: