Signal Private Messenger (SMS) is a free cross-platform, easy to use private messaging service for the mobile phone based on the Open Handset Alliance. Users can send single-to-one message, which may consist of video, music and documents, and can also be able to compose and send a document from their keyboard. This application is used on a variety of mobile devices including the Blackberry, iPhone and Android.
The Signal Private Messenger app is similar to its counterpart, the Signal Boost application, which is based on the famous Android fork called Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The main difference between the two is that the former uses the Java applications platform and the latter uses the Rustic Android operating system for its support. Android apps are known to run smoother and with fewer bugs than those developed for iOS and BlackBerry platforms due to the absence of crucial security and privacy leaks present in the latter's code. However, Android apps are lacking in some key features, namely:
Signal Private Messenger has been downloaded hundreds of times and is considered as one of the best free apps available in the Android Market. The Android interface does not have as many visual elements as its counterpart allowing the app to blend seamlessly into any user's device. Unlike other messaging apps, users are able to view a virtual keyboard in order to write messages. The app allows for the storage of unlimited numbers of messages and can be configured to restrict the number of people who can see each message as well. With this being said, the Signal Private Messenger app is a safe messaging app, with secure instant messaging, multiple contact lists, a unified address book and much more.