Apart from the technical construction, the crypto messenger also cuts a good figure in terms of design and handling. It’s ready to use in no time and doesn’t require you to enter your mobile number or email address. The design is modern and neat, the range of functions is similar to WhatsApp and Co., although a bit slimmed down.
In some places, you also have to trade off increased security for a small loss of comfort. Although the app doesn’t access your contacts, it means you have to add them manually. In addition, confirmation of new contact requests is required so that other users can send you a message.