Best Texting Apps That Don’t Require Your Phone Number

Best Texting Apps

6 Responses

  1. gary says:

    I’m surprised more people aren’t aware of Wire Messenger. They too don’t require your phone number. The app is Open Source, end-to-end encryption, privacy-respecting, do not track, collect data, share data.

    They have clients for Linux, Windows, Mac OS, Android, iOS. Even runs in a browser. I’ve been using it now for a while on both Linux/Mint (32-bit) and Android. I started using it directly as an old-school IM client (we don’t have many of these anymore) but decided to install on Android too (they don’t copy contacts without permission and can still use it w/o phone number).

    Texting, Video chat, Voice over IP, attachments, drawing over pictures… it’s got it all. You guys should look into them.

    • Jay says:

      I just downloaded wire messenger and the first thing they ask for is you phone number. Frustrating. Don’t know what gary was talking about

      • Amine says:

        Yes you are right! If you want to register using email address, try to register at app.wire.com using a desktop computer.

  2. Stef says:

    bbm and tango don’t need phone number either

  3. gapps says:

    Awesome. These apps could be very useful.

  4. The features you tell is very special for every user Because many users want to use texting application without providing their phone number. Here you hit the centre for that kind of people who need this very badly. Keep updating this kind of post.

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