When Blackberry messenger was discontinued, the world lacked a messenger app that was completely secure and free from any threats to privacy. Thanks to Shazzle, we now have an app that does not store any user data on their servers, which is the best way to ensure end-to-end communication without any outside threats.
If you are concerned about your privacy and want to share sensitive data over an unsecured network, then using Shazzle is the best solution. You can share moments from your life in the form of camera shots and videos over the network, without having to worry about hacking. Shazzle believes that the memories you share are your own, and not theirs to store. They do not keep a track of all messages or media files that you send to anyone, nor do they impose any limit on the number of messages and files you can send. ShazzleChat is the best app you can download from the Play Store when it comes to privacy.
All you need to do is download the application from Play Store, sign up or create a network of people you want to text with, and complete the SMS verification process. You need to invite people to join the network, or you can create a personal group. Once the network is established, exchanging messages happens seamlessly and without any breach throughout the entire course of the chat.
How ShazzleChat protects is data from others is by employing a peer to peer connection instead of centralized client-server architecture. This keeps private communication safe and upholds the principle of liberty. Through this method, the message you are sending is directly transmitted to your contact, instead of it first being saved on the server and then sent to your contact. By cutting out the middleman (in this case, the server), the chances of getting your data hacked is reduced by a large extent. Each smartphone becomes part of the private network and since there are no servers in between, the communication happens faster. The contents being sent are available only to the sender and receiver, which prevents threats such as data-mining, data discovery and data aggregation. An encrypted channel is created between the two ends of the link, without any limit to the size of the file being sent over. There are not many apps in the world that will offer you such security.
Which is not to say other apps don’t offer such promises, but such chat apps require you to trust them that whatever contents you are sending, get deleted from their server ‘’over time’’. It’s one of the few apps that does not force you to trade your privacy for other conveniences (which are not even necessary if you think about it).
However, for this app to work and deliver on its promise, both the sender and the receiver should have the app installed on their smartphone. Once both the users have ShazzleChat app installed on their phones, both can send and receive data without any breach of privacy, only as long as the messages are being sent and received over ShazzleChat.
The user interface might not be very attractive in comparison to other apps, but this offers something that those apps cannot; and that is privacy.