Former WhatsApp executive Neeraj Arora launched HalloApp, know the specialty

No advertisements of any kind will be visible in HalloApp and the privacy of the users will be fully taken care of. Neeraj Arora has given information about this app by tweeting. In his tweet, he has explained how the HalloApp app is different from other social media apps.

In 2018, Neeraj Arora resigned from the post of Chief Business Officer of WhatsApp and now after nearly three years, Neeraj has launched a messaging app of his own in the competition of WhatsApp. The name of this app of Neeraj is HalloApp, about which private chat has been claimed. The HalloApp app has been launched keeping in mind the privacy and it can be downloaded for free from the Google Play-Store apart from the Apple App Store.

It is claimed that no advertisements of any kind will be seen in HalloApp and the privacy of the users will be fully taken care of. Neeraj Arora has given information about this app by tweeting. In his tweet, he has explained how the HalloApp app is different from other social media apps.

He has said that privacy has become the biggest problem in recent times, but this is not the case with the HalloApp app. With HalloApp your privacy will always be there and private chats will remain private. Chats in the HalloApp app are end-to-end encrypted by default to ensure that no one else is reading your chats.

How is HalloApp different from other apps?
HalloApp is a social networking app with a Facebook-like timeline. The interface of the HalloApp app is a combo of a messaging app and a social network. In this, you will also see a Facebook-like timeline and a chatting interface like WhatsApp. Apart from this, it is claimed that only the content that you want will appear on your timeline. This is completely ad free and bot free app. There will also be no option of likes and followers, which is the biggest feature of all social media apps.

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