The developers of HalloApp claim that they do not track any data of users. Users can use the app by registering with their phone number.
WhatsApp’s former employees Neeraj Arora and Michael Donohue have launched a new social media network called HalloApp. According to the developers of this app, this is the first real-relationship network and they say that HalloApp is everything, but it is not like Facebook. The developers say that they do not keep an eye on the data of the users nor do they keep an eye on their activities.
Such features will not be available in HalloApp which users have seen in Facebook and Instagram. According to the company’s blog post, it has no ads, no bots, no likes, no trolls, no followers, no algorithms, no influencers, no photo filters, no feed fatig and misinformation.
There will be no spreading jugaad. Along with this, it has also been said that there will be no things that spoil the atmosphere like today’s time.
How does HalloApp work?
End-to-end encryption has been given in this app and in this you can register with your phone number. After registration, you can contact other people in the app through your contact list. The people who created this app claim that HalloApp will not collect or store personal data of users. He said that he has absolutely no idea about where you live, what you do and how you consume content.
Both Android and iOS users can download this app. For this they can download HalloApp from Google Play Store and Apple App Store. HelloApp may also charge a fee for its use in the future.