The world is becoming less and less private. Apps can collect and dispose of all our personal information. I don’t like it! I decided to use privacy apps completely. I found the best privacy apps for me and made my top 10 privacy apps:
The DuckDuckGo search engine is the best alternative to Google. DuckDuckGo does not collect my personal information or follow me. DuckDuckGo’s search engine is good for me. I find everything I need. Do you really still use Google?
I like that Tor Browser is based on Firefox which I have been using for a long time. Tor Browser routes all traffic through the anonymous Tor network, and after each session, it deletes my private data and browsing history. I love Tor. Do you?
Incognito Crypto Wallet
My interest in cryptocurrencies came from the privacy of crypto payments. It turns out it’s not that private. But Incognito Crypto Wallet App completely provides privacy to my crypto payments.
The ProtonMail uses client-side encryption so I have peace of mind about my emails. It’s a secure and private email app for me. What kind of privacy mail app do you use?
I use ProtonVPN when I have a public Internet connection (cafe, co-working, etc.). I like that ProtonVPN sends all my traffic through a secure VPN tunnel. I have peace of mind about my private data and passwords. What privacy VPN app do you use?
Hundreds of companies track my activity and collect my personal data daily. I can block my data collection with Disconnect in one click. It also makes pages and apps load much faster. Have you tried Disconnect yet?
The Jumbo app scans all my apps and services and offers recommendations to improve my privacy and online security. I’ve deleted voice recordings from Amazon Alexa, browse Linkedin privately, cleaned my digital social media footprint with Jumbo. How has Jumbo helped you?
Anomo is an anonymous dating app. Dating and communication are based on common interests only. You chat anonymously, play games in Anomo, and then you can safely share information about yourself. Where else can you meet the same privacy freak?)
What privacy apps do you use?