Without a doubt, WhatsApp is the most commonly used messaging app all over the world. The position is not surprising if we consider its features: people can use it for free, it doesn’t allow any annoying ads to pop-up and each message is sent or received with encrypted content. This means that only the recipient and sender can see what the correspondence via WhatsApp holds.
With all the encryption, users are still concerned about online security and privacy of their personal information while communicating through the worldwide famous app. As we know, WhatsApp is owned by Facebook and the social platform has had its share of security breaches. In this case, people are looking for alternatives that make them feel safer when they are communicating and sharing files online.
YEO comes with a bullet-proof security measure – facial recognition
Also known as Your Eye Only, YEO is one of the latest trends in the matter of cool social apps. One of the main reasons which make YEO so popular is its increased security measures. We are talking about facial recognition and everybody knows that security is this feature’s middle name. Besides, YEO promises to remain ad-free and offer its users a unique experience.
These are strong reasons to start using the app, but you should keep something important in mind. Unlike WhatsApp, YEO doesn’t come free, so people who want to download it are requested to start a subscription and pay a small monthly fee. In order to see if the app can suit your needs, you get a free trial that lasts for 14 days. However, this might not be enough to convince people to become regular users.
This month we will get to see the iOS version of YEO. The variant dedicated to Android users will soon follow it. People who are really concerned about their safety during online communication should really try YEO, because it helps them share private information and content in extremely secure environment.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.