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SafeSwiss Launces new Group Chat feature and significant improvements VOIP call quality.

Major update for leading Android, iOS and Windows messaging app a new group chat feature and leverages artificial intelligence technology to provide encrypted single and multi-party peer-to-peer VoIP calls.

Leading encrypted messaging app SafeSwiss™ (safeswiss.com) has just released a series of updates to enhance its already high-quality secure encrypted messaging platform

The new SafeSwiss™ Group Chat feature allows users to create their group chat profile that includes own profile pic & full group chat media management; users can very quickly send & receive files, documents pictures, and video. The Group chat feature allows for an arbitrary number of participants. Also a significant update in VOIP calling.
SafeSwiss utilizes cutting-edge AI (Artificial Intelligence) software, meaning that anytime you make a voice call on SafeSwiss™, the AI software interface automatically learns from your device settings, networks, ping times, packet loss and jitter rate.

It then fully optimizes any call based on these and several other parameters. SafeSwiss™ updates now include a network connectivity observer with automatic call re-establishment in the case of network reconnection (e.g., from Wi-Fi to mobile and vice versa).

Unlike most competitors within this space, SafeSwiss’™ encrypted P2P (peer-to-peer) VOIP calls also allow an unlimited number of participants.

The SafeSwiss™ AI continually monitors call quality and will automatically adjust if there is a change in your connection or network.

Most importantly, because the SafeSwiss™ AI doesn't have access to the contents of any conversation, voice calls are always wholly securely encrypted and private.

SafeSwiss™ Co-Founder and CTO Emir Rizvanovic say: "These updates will certainly go a long way in making SafeSwiss™ secure voice calls the very best when compared to all other competitors within this space. “The new Group chat feature is certainly going to be very popular with our users.”

 “We have fully tested and concluded SafeSwiss™ calls are superior to that of our competitors on comparable connections. These updates also now include VOIP and Bluetooth support.”

Co-founder and CEO of SafeSwiss™ Secure Communications AG Tim Gallagher said: "Digital and other security are the bedrock of SafeSwiss™ and we believe our combination of measures and state of the art technology makes SafeSwiss™ a world leader.

"But we have also invested a great deal in creating a friendly and effortless UI and UX for our users. We want SafeSwiss™ to be accessible to everyone.”

Zero knowledge philosophy has anchored SafeSwiss™ firmly since its inception, with the company intentionally establishing itself along with its servers and offices to Switzerland – a country that Gallagher describes as “geopolitically stable, currency stable, high bandwidth and offers some of the world’s most stringent privacy protection laws.”

Adopting a strict policy of zero-knowledge encryption has helped uphold the ideas behind secure-messaging provider SafeSwiss™, but the Christchurch-originated company’s founder concedes that privacy measures have slowed the organic growth of competing platforms.

Gallagher added: "We see a burgeoning market for secure comms as privacy hacks and intrusions are becoming very sophisticated and are occurring on a very regular basis.

Those measures – such as SafeSwiss™ intentionally not harvesting contact details from users’ devices to send invites to join the app, and allowing users to use the app without providing any personal information – mean that “organic growth is slow.”

“But the upside is that it keeps all communications private.”

Security experts have previously recommended privacy-conscious WhatsApp users switch to Swiss-based alternatives.

Gallagher, too, has noted that as each compromised messaging app is revealed – such as the conflicts between WhatsApp and new parent owner Facebook’s respective privacy policies, the hacking of Telegram messenger and concerns over exploitable password-reset procedures – SafeSwiss™ sees “an influx of downloads.”


For further information, please contact:
info@safeswiss.com