Apps like "WhatsApp" and "Viber" need a phone number to work. What similar apps are there that can be used from an Android phone/tablet and PC without requiring a phone number? Instead, they could be using your email or an ID etc for making the connection.
- Jeff Waters made this productVIPole works with an email address and they're currently working on making an annonymous entry. It's a cool app that protects your identity and all the information you share within is encrypted e2e. Plus they have useful features like wiping up history, editing, message auto-burn. Althought you dont need a phone number to register, you can still make calls with audio or video and make calls to other people who are not using the app. These communications are also fully encrypted even on server, which means no one can really track you.
- Troop Messenger, the new-age business communication tool comes with easy and simple to use functional application features. It is adapted by many business enterprises for its hassle-free sign-up and login processes. Troop messenger has a browser variant, where the end-users don’t have the need to download the application to use it, rather they can simply login with their registered business mail id and start to experience the application.
- Nikola Baldikov made this productBrosix Instant Messenger is an encrypted tool that offers features such as text/audio/video chat, screen-sharing, screenshot, unlimited size file transfer, etc. It can be downloaded and used on both desktop and mobile, as well as completely online through the Brosix Web Client. It is usually used by teams to increase productivity and communication security. More information about features could be found here: https://www.brosix.com/features/