BiP encrypted messaging review | TechRadar

Companies and agencies across the world now collect personal and behavioral data every single day. Messages sent on unsecured platforms can be intercepted and/or accessed by third parties, which can cause problems if sensitive information is uncovered. 

Fortunately, there are various encrypted messaging options available. In our BiP review, we look at its secure messaging service, which is available across a range of mobile and desktop devices. It claims to offer fast, secure messaging, along with audio and video calls. 

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BiP is free for anyone to download and use (Image credit: Google)

Plans and pricing

Like many encrypted messaging apps, BiP is completely free to download and use. You won’t be interrupted by annoying ads or upselling attempts, which is a nice change from the practices of many other platforms. When you download the app from the Google Play or Apple App Store, there is a little note stating that in-app purchases are available. However, we were unable to locate any premium purchase options, which was a bit confusing. 


BiP is backed by a selection of attractive features (Image credit: BiP)