There are several popular social networking apps worldwide, including WhatsApp, Signal, Telegram and others. There is a new addition to the long list of social networking apps available worldwide, known as the Hello app. Interestingly, the new social network app was created by two former WhatsApp employees. The main highlight of this app is that it provides a personalized experience and is ad-free, something that is barely available in any other social app nowadays.
The Hello app is already available for download by anyone and anyone, Android or iOS users can download the new private social networking app from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store, respectively. The app is available for free download.
What is the Hello app?
The Hello app is somewhat inspired by WhatsApp. Like the instant messaging owned by Facebook, the Hello app is designed for group or individual chats with friends and family members. Again, just like WhatsApp, the only way you can chat with another user is by knowing their phone number. The developers claim that all chats managed by the application are encrypted, meaning that the sender and receiver will not be able to see the chats.
The Hello app was developed by two former WhatsApp employees, Neeraj Aurora and Michael Donhu. Aurora served as WhatsApp’s chief business officer until 2015, when Donhu was the company’s engineering director for nine years before moving to 2016.
As a user interface, the new WhatsApp-inspired social networking app is divided into four main tabs, including Posted Friends Share, Home Chat, Individual Chat, and Settings Home Feed. Co-founder Aurora described the app as a “cigarette of the twenty-first century.”
Currently, the Hallo app is available for free and users are not charged for using the platform. The report suggests that the company plans to charge users for features, including a subscription plan, but this is now a far-fetched dream. The 12-member firm has been collecting undisclosed amounts of money from investors.
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