Signal has released a standalone desktop app, the Daily Dot reports.
From the article: “Signal, which provides users with end-to-end encryption for secure messaging, released on Tuesday a standalone desktop app that frees users from the frustrating confines of Signal’s clunky Chrome App.
Signal Desktop is available now for PCs running 64-bit Windows 7 and up, MacOS 10.9 and up, and popular versions of Linux like Ubuntu and Debian.
If you’re already a Signal user, getting the desktop version of the app is quick and painless. If you were using the Chrome App version, login to that version then launch the new desktop app and click ‘set up as Chrome App export’ to port your data into the new app.”
Read the full article here.