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Ex WhatsApp employee has introduced a new app called “Hallo”

You’ve probably used applications like WhatsApp, Signal, and Telegram, and now a new app named Hallo has joined the race. This application, developed by Indian native Neeraj Arora, will allow users to communicate with their family and friends.

Let us tell you all that the app’s developer, Neeraj Arora was previously the Global Head of WhatsApp Business. After leaving that position, Neeraj Arora founded HalloApp. While using many social media apps, users are frequently confronted with annoying advertisements; however, you can use the Hello app without seeing any advertisement.

HaloApp’s features are comparable to those of WhatsApp. Users can enjoy group or personal chats with their friends and family members using the app. Furthermore, if you are concerned about the security of your data, the developer also assures that this app supports end-to-end encryption, which means that no one except you and the person with whom you’re chatting can access your conversations.

Halloapp is available for download on Google Play Store and Apple Store for Android and iOS smartphones. In a Twitter post, Arora claimed that this app will be significantly different from existing social media apps.

Do we’ve to pay for using Hallo App?

Halloapp is currently free to use, however it is expected that users will have to purchase a subscription plan in the future. However, no confirmation from the developer has yet been received regarding this information.

How to register for Hallo App?

It takes only a few minutes to register for HalloApp. Users only required to enter their name and phone number. They’ll also need to enter a One-Time Password (OTP), which will be issued to the mobile number they used to log in. However, users must grant access to their phone’s contacts in order to search for other users on the platform.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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