AppMess Video Review: Deftalk Messenger

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DefTalk managed to jump to the top of the top grossing apps list on the App Store in just a matter of days. Such success can only mean one thing: app engineers did their homework on the market and gave users something that they genuinely need in 2015. Against this background, let’s study the positive aspects of this promising newcomer.

AppMess Review: Deftalk Messenger

  • The messenger’s creator, DEFCOM, markets its product as such that would be used primarily by government officials, business executives and global celebrities. So, as far as the messenger’s social status goes, it’s got really high aims, but, to be fair, it offers its big-name users the patented security technology 4xSecure.
  • User data will not be stored on company servers. Such standards inspire confidence and place the ambitious greenhorn above its more experienced rivals.
  • End-to-end encryption with the use of the TLS/SSL protocols makes it practically impossible to intercept any information, adding to DefTalk’s pros tally.
  • The messaging app’s unobtrusive design with a pleasant color scheme is also noteworthy. As soon as you start using the app, you’ll see that the interface is as user-friendly as it gets.
  • The registration process is quick and not complex: you just have to choose your country and enter your phone number, then once you receive the code you are good to go.
  • DefTalk has its own mascots who are on constant guard to protect your privacy. It may seem like a small detail, but, nevertheless, it raises brand awareness and benefits the company image.
  • DefTalk users will be pleased to know that they can send each other hundreds of bright original stickers and, judging from the look of them, the app’s designer team put a lot of heart and effort into making them. This feature will definitely find its use.
  • It’s probably redundant to mention that the app can transfer various media content, audio messages, users can set profile pictures and change statuses.
  • The message transfer speed is on par with that of market leaders, while the fact that messages can self-destruct after a set period of time is really captivating. Broad, full-scale communication opportunities.
  • DefTalk is now out for iOS and Android devices. Moreover, app creators claim that the world will soon see the Windows Phone and desktop versions of the app.

Time to take a look at the shortcomings of the messenger at hand.

  • The app’s number of users is pretty low, since it just appeared on the market. However, in addition to various ad campaigns, the app has high hopes for word-of-mouth marketing that works like a charm among the world’s most influential people.
  • This isn’t an obvious disadvantage, but only time will tell how will DefTalk can cope with cyber attacks on its servers and whether it can support a significant user load.

Anyhow, we wish the up-and-coming project all the best of luck. That’s the review. Communicate in real life, communicate online and join us next time!

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