New York, NY, April 02, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- What is Bat Messenger?
Bat Messenger (BAT) is a free instant secure messaging app, developed by a technology company - Batword. The company, founded in 2017 in Singapore, is committed to providing the most secure instant communication app for users around the world. Bat Messenger has strong encryption and works on iPhone, Android, and the Web. Users can share their pictures, messages, videos to the other users online.
Four reasons why Bat Messenger is more private and secure.
BAT concentrates on the risk of personal information leakage. When users register for BAT, they don't need to link their Bat account with any personal information like phone number or email address. And users are not required to share their phone contact list with BAT. BAT doesn't store any user data. All messages sent with BAT employ end-to-end encryption by default which ensures that conversations with BAT remain private.
Retract messages without a time limit
Users can retract messages without a time limit. If they want to retract a single message, all they need to do is to tap it and choose "retract." Normally, users can delete their messages - but that only appears on one's own side of the chat. But BAT enables users to retract sent messages from the recipient’s inbox. Once users choose "retract all," Bat Messenger will retract the chat history from both sides.
Destroy account in case of emergency
It is one of the most advanced features of BAT that users can enter their destroy password on the lock screen to destroy their account. Bat account will be deleted instantly in case of emergency.
Multiple chat options
There are multiple chat options are available for users' different needs. In an anonymous group chat, BAT will distribute to each member a random new user name and personal information is not viewable by others which enables users to talk freely without revealing their identity. Temporary group chats can let users chat with strangers without being friends. Confidential Code will save users from an embarrassing situation if someone is trying to get a sneak peek at their messages. If users enable Confidential Code, they have to enter the right code in the chat window to view messages.
At present, the main users of BAT are individual users who care about personal privacy. BAT doesn’t support stickers and Animoji, but it really helps to guard users’ privacy. In the future, the demand for secure messaging apps like Bat Messenger will get bigger and bigger.