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Secure Alternitive to WhatsApp

Posted on 2013-01-23
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My company is moving away from Blackberry devices and the secure messenger service it offers. A number iPhone users would like the use the WhatsApp, but the application has a number of security issues.

Would there be secure alternatives of this messenger service?

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by:Justin Pierce
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Hi CProp,

Kakaotalk is probably the best alternative to Whatspp. Here is the link to Kakaotalk: http://www.kakao.com/talk/en

Hope this helps.
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