WhatsApp vs Telegram vs Signal features comparison

WhatsApp vs Telegram vs Signal

WhatsApp is a messaging service owned by American social media Facebook.

Telegram is a messaging service, managed and funded by, Russian social media billionaire Pavel Durov.

Signal is a messaging service, developed by the Signal Foundation and Signal Messenger. Signal Foundation is funded by donations and the investment from executive chairman Brian Acton. Brian Acton was one of WhatsApp’s founders who left Facebook.

Let us compare these three messaging services using 10 features. This may help you choose which messaging service suits you best as per your requirement. The features compared in the video are as below: User base, Group Size, Max file size, Status Feature, Phone Number Privacy, Create app Channel, Photo share Quality, End to end Encryption, Source Code, App download size.

WhatsApp vs Telegram vs Signal is a short video to compare the Top 10 Features of these three messenger applications.

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