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    jTalk Alternatives

    jTalk is described as 'Full-featured XMPP messenger' and is a Group Chat App in the Social & Communications category. There are more than 50 alternatives to jTalk for a variety of platforms, including Android, iPhone, Android Tablet, Windows and iPad. The best alternative is Telegram, which is free. Other great apps like jTalk are Signal (Free, Open Source), Element (Freemium, Open Source), Jitsi (Free, Open Source) and Tox (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Jan 3, 2022

    1. Love iMessage on your iPhone? You'll love it on your Mac, too. Messages lets you send unlimited messages to anyone on a Mac, iOS device, or Apple Watch.
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    2. Download an improved version of Telegram desktop with the ability to pin 50 chats, add favorites, view crypto prices, and sort by message category built using the Telegram API

      Discontinued

      no longer updated since april 2020

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    3. Facechat - Facebook dating. Meet new friends around the world. Free online chat rooms LIVE! no e-mail, no password, no registration, 100% anonymous, chat in your own language.
    4. Librem Chat – end-to-end encrypted chat, VOIP, and video calling used by millions of people * Chat rooms * Share images, videos, and files * Make voice and video calls * Keep your conversations secret with end-to-end encryption * Free and open-source software
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    5. KakaoTalk is a phone number based messenger service that allows users anywhere in the world to chat one-to-one or in a group for free.
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    6. Features of Patch Unlike modded apks no backend tracking or ads. Completely open code (txt files) thus no privacy concerns.
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    7. Daily is an audio and video API. Easily build video chats in your web or mobile apps with an API built on top of WebRTC or drop in the Prebuilt UI for fast video conferencing integration. 1,000 person video and audio calls. HIPAA compliant.
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    8. Back in 2018, Signal allowed the user to set a passphrase to secure the local message database. But this option was removed with the introduction of file-based encryption on Android. Molly brings it back again with additional security features.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Online
      • Android
      • iPhone
      • Self-Hosted
      • Software as a Service (SaaS)
      Fully open source instant messaging server and clients. No proprietary components or non-free dependencies. Backend in pure Go (GPL 3.0), with a command-line administration tool in python + gRPC. Clients for Android, iPhone, and Web - ReactJS (all licensed under Apache 2.0).
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      • Free PersonalProprietary
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Online
      • Android
      • iPhone
      Pinger lets you text and talk free with the people you care about most, anywhere on the planet. Tap a picture and you'll see all of your communications—texts, pics, calls, voicemails—all in one place.
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