Signal and Telegram each have their strong, and their weak, points
With a recent exodus from WhatsApp, many users have been turning to other free messaging platforms to communicate with friends and strangers. Signal and Telegram are two of the most popular and reliable alternatives, and both are on our list of best encrypted messaging apps.
But Signal and Telegram are not made equal, and each will likely benefit a different type of user. Let’s see how they stack up.
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