Signal is well-known for being one of the most privacy-focused messaging apps around, but that security comes at the price of convenience. You see, your chats are not stored in the cloud, so it can be frustrating to set up on a new phone. Thankfully, Signal lets you enable automatic, encrypted backups on Android. Here's how to set it up!
Like many other messaging apps, Signal supports sticker packs as a fun way to express yourself in daily conversations. If the pre-made offerings don't quite do the trick, you can create your own in just a few simple steps.
Have you ever been in the middle of an epic group chat and thought of something you needed to remind yourself of later? With Signal's hidden Note to Self feature, you can fire off a reminder for yourself for later and jump right back in to spilling the tea!
Are your family and friends less than enthusiastic about joining you on Signal or Telegram? Here is some advice that has worked for us at Android Central to convince our loved ones to move away from WhatsApp and the like.
While it's one of the most secure apps around, few would argue that Signal is sexy. Even still, the app does allow a certain degree of customization with wallpapers, themes, and backgrounds. We'll show you how to get set up.
You probably know that Signal messages are end-to-end encrypted and that you can even send self-destructing messages that will disappear after they've been read. But did you know that you can do the same for images?
Signal protects your messages when they leave your phone through end-to-end encryption, but what if you let a friend or family member use your device for a few minutes? You can prevent others from seeing the contents of your inbox with the Screen Security feature.
Signal has long been one of the most secure means of sending a message, and one super privacy feature is the ability to send disappearing messages. We'll show you how you can set custom timers for your Signal messages to self-destruct.