Suivre

For those about to quit you can consider quicksy.im/ which is behaving the same but using decentralized protocol.

You can moreover access to you account from different softwares like dino.im/

@tuxicoman

Before someone jumps in with the all too predictable comment: someone who's already been using #Whatsapp does not give a toss about sharing his phone number.

If, like me, you like your hats tin-wrapped, chances are you never were a #Whatsapp subscriber in the first place.

@0
Indeed....giving his phone number to use an IM is just normal for many people. That's a part of the problem, but if they disvover XMPP thanks to this new whatsapp/FB , scandal, then there is hope 😉
@tuxicoman

@tuxicoman
Better try the original conversations.im first. If register a XMPP account and set up is to complicated for you, then try quicksy.im !

@tuxicoman Anti-Features:
* NonFreeNet - you can't change the server where the accounts are created
* Tracking - uses a 3rd party service provider (Twilio) to send SMS as needed for authentication

@tuxicoman btw those anti-features are the footnote from f-Droid app description * ( last paragraph) Signal sends either encrypted txt messages, if used with non Signal users will use the internet providers network

@ti_gj06 you can't migrate your account out of unique server. Moreover you can't talk to any other server.

You have a sms verification. I don't know which 3rd party service is used for that.

Signal is not provided on fdroid because Signal forbid it (won't allow to connect to their server and thus their users)

@tuxicoman i use Langis, Conversations ( just plain Xmpp ) Matrix or Briar, Jami don't require phone numbers..or Deltachat, Sessions

Inscrivez-vous pour prendre part à la conversation
social.jesuislibre.net

Le réseau social de l'avenir : Pas d'annonces, pas de surveillance institutionnelle, conception éthique et décentralisation ! Possédez vos données avec Mastodon !