SafeSwiss Brings Platform for Text Chat, Voice Calls, File Transfer Supporting Hindi Language

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SafeSwiss is bringing the power of the world’s most secure end-to-end encrypted platform for text chat, voice calls and file transfer to India with the company’s free-to-download messaging apps for Windows PCs, iOS and Android now supporting Hindi language. Key Points:

SafeSwiss adds Hindi support for its secure end-to-end encryption platform for text messaging, voice calls and file transfer. Desktop and mobile versions of SafeSwiss use ephemeral messaging using cutting-edge end-to-end elliptic curve cryptography encryption, meaning messages can only be decrypted by the sender’s or recipient’s devices.

SafeSwiss does not require any personal information (such as phone numbers or email addresses) to set up an account. All servers are based in Switzerland, which has the world’s strongest privacy protections, placing them beyond the reach of domestic and foreign government “backdoor decryption” demands.

Along with the addition of Hindi support, SafeSwiss is also growing its secure messaging platform internationally by adding support for Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, and Japanese.SafeSwiss stands apart from competitors (such as WeChat, Mobile QQ, KakaoTalk, WhatsApp or Line) because it offers complete end-to-end encryption that is far more robust than any other platform available in the market today.

The addition of Hindi language support builds on the successful launch of its total E2E-encrypted secure communication apps on iOS and Android platforms in December 2016, following four years of development. A version of the app for Windows PCs has also been recently released. The SafeSwiss platform now works across 16 languages in total, including Arabic, Bosnian, Croatian, Chinese (Mandarin) Chinese (Cantonese), English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Ukrainian, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.

Speaking about the addition of India language support, Co-founder and CEO of SafeSwiss Secure Communications AG Tim Gallagher said: “We have invested a great deal in creating a friendly and effortless user experience and user interface. We want SafeSwiss to become accessible to everyone and so the addition of Hindi support opens our amazing platform up to users in India a country where we have already seen a significant uptake in downloads of our free SafeSwiss app.”