Which Communication Platform Do You Use Most?
Most of us are used to communicating via SIM card-based communication applications, such as WhatsApp, Telegram, and Signal.
You need the Internet and a mobile phone to use these SIM card-based communication applications.
All three popular communication platforms, i.e., WhatsApp, Telegram, and Signal, can be used via desktop/laptop computers.
Telegram and Signal can be used on proprietary and GNU/Linux OS. WhatsApp is not available for Linux OS.
Messages can be edited on Telegram but not on WhatsApp.
I sometimes use Telegram and Signal on Linux computers. I used a mobile phone to set up Telegram and Signal, and I use it on computers.
I discarded WhatsApp after testing it for a year in 2018.
Features on Telegram and Signal are slightly better than that of WhatsApp. It is my personal opinion. You may disagree.
=> What do you prefer? Telegram, Signal, or WhatsApp?
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Jan 24, 2023