facebook: Ex-WhatsApp employees are building a Facebook rival called HalloApp

Former Whatsapp Employees Neeraj Arora and Michael Donohue have built a new social media network called HalloApp, which they claim is “the first real-relationship network”. According to the developer, HalloApp is everything Facebook is not. They claim that they are not mining your data or spying on your activities on the platform.
The App will be missing some of the common features that people have become used to on Facebook and Instagram. There will be “No advertising. No bots. No likes. No trolls. No followers. No algorithms. No influencers. No photo filters. No” feed fatigue “. No misinformation spreading like wildfire,” says the official blog post, social media as the cigarette of the 21st The more you breathe in, the “sicker” you get, the blog post says.

The app offers end-to-end encryption and requires your telephone number for registration. After registration, you can contact other people in the app using the phone’s contact list. The creators of the app claim that HalloApp does not collect, store or use your personal information. They add in the blog post that they have no idea where you live, what you do for a living, or how likely you are to consume a certain type of content.
HalloApp may charge you for some additional functions in the future. The app is now in both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.


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