In: Messaging

Session is an end-to-end encrypted messenger that prioritizes privacy and security. Operating on a decentralized network, it requires no phone number or personal data for user registration. Instead, it uses unique Session IDs, minimizing the amount of data shared or stored.

Pros & Cons

End-to-end encryption
Doesn't require a phone number or email for signup, ensuring user anonymity
Operating on the Onion routing protocol, Session minimizes the risk of server breaches and centralized data collection
Less widely known than other mainstream messengers, convincing friends or contacts to switch might be challenging
Some users might need time to understand and get accustomed to its functionalities

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