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Signal-Android - A private messenger for Android, alternative to WhatsApp

  •    C

Signal is a messaging app for simple private communication with friends. Signal uses your phone's data connection (WiFi/3G/4G) to communicate securely, optionally supports plain SMS/MMS to function as a unified messenger, and can also encrypt the stored messages on your phone.

Xabber - XMPP client for Android

  •    Java

Xabber is the most popular open-source XMPP client for Android. It supports multiple XEPs, Off-The-Record (OTR) chat encryption and is available in multiple languages. Xabber is standards compliant and secure, supporting a vast number of XMPP extensions and services. It is compatible with all standard XMPP servers. Ejabberd, Prosody, Operfire, etc.

Signal - Secure Messaging

  •    Java

Signal sends high-quality group, text, voice, video, document, and picture messages anywhere in the world. Signal messages and calls are always end-to-end encrypted and painstakingly engineered to keep your communication safe.

Gitter - Community for Software Developers

  •    Javascript

Gitter is designed to make community messaging, collaboration and discovery as smooth and simple as possible. You can easily create, organise and grow your communities, inviting others to join just in one click. Gitter is an instant messaging and chat room system for developers and users of GitHub repositories. Gitter is similar to IRC and Slack. Unlike IRC, and like Slack, it automatically logs all messages in the cloud.




Riot - Messaging and Colloboration made easy

  •    Javascript

Riot is built on top of Matrix. Matrix is an open network for secure, decentralized communication delivering a community of users,bridged networks, integrated bots and applications plus full end-to-end encryption. Riot allows teams to communicate across a wide range of collaboration apps. If some team members use Riot while others use IRC, Slack or Gitter, Riot will allow these team members to seamlessly work together. Riot offers the richest network of communication bridges.

ChatSecure - Encrypted chat client for iOS and Android

  •    Objecive-C

ChatSecure is a instant messaging client for iOS and Android that integrates encrypted OTR ("Off the Record") messaging support from the libotr library and the XMPPFramework to handle Jabber/GTalk (XMPP).

Cryptocat - Encrypted Chat

  •    Javascript

Cryptocat is free software that aims to provide an open, accessible Instant Messaging environment that encrypts your conversations and works right in your browser. It uses the OTR protocol over XMPP for encrypted two-party chat and the (upcoming) mpOTR protocol for encrypted multi-party chat.

Off-the-Record Messaging Provides Private Conversations Over IM

  •    C

Off-the-Record (OTR) Messaging allows you to have private conversations over instant messaging by providing encryption, authentication, deniability, and perfect forward secrecy. If you lose control of your private keys, no previous conversation is compromised.


Conversation - Instant Messaging for Android

  •    Java

Conversations is the instant messaging client for the Android. It supports XMPP, Jabber client, Encryption. It supports to send and receive images as well as other kind of files, Pictures / Avatars for your Contacts, Syncs with desktop client, Share your location, Send voice messages, Multiple accounts / unified inbox and lot more.

0fc - End-to-end discreet web chat with strong cryptography

  •    C++

0fc enables you to run a secure in-browser group chat with isolated chatrooms. Server is considered minimal trusted zone, all important operations happen on client side. Ephemeral keys used to protect chat room traffic are generated within room owner's browser and propagated to the rest. It is built on top of built on top of Themis crypto library.

Chat.onion - Anonymous and fully encrypted peer-to-peer instant messenger for Android using onion routing (via Tor)

  •    Java

Chat.onion is an anonymous and fully encrypted peer-to-peer instant messenger for Android using onion routing (via Tor). Many instant messengers already use encryption to secure message contents, but they can't hide important metadata such as your IP address and who you are communicating with. To hide all your information, including your metadata, identity, and IP address, Chat.onion uses onion routing (Tor) to send each message over several randomly selected proxy servers. Multiple layers of encryption are used to ensure that each proxy only knows it's immediate successor and predecessor, but not the entire message route.