FuseMe is a next-gen chat app that is both secure, and full of features, like video streaming and a split-screen mode

There are many chat and instant messaging apps that sport a full suite of features, like video calling, one-way streaming, group chat, and the like, but are not secure. There are also plenty of messaging apps that are encrypted, but barebones, and only support text chat and basic file exchange. 

With its newest update, the rebranded fuseMe by Acision app brings the best of both worlds together. It offers all the features from the top free chat apps - free voice and video calls, photo share, one-way streaming video share, text chats, message search, location send, voice notes, emoticons, and more – but offers them in one safe and secure place with great interface design. The fuseMe app sports proprietary algorithms for providing quality service over 3G, 4G, LTE and WiFi networks without disruptions. In addition, the app increases its stickiness by providing you with news feeds, blogs, and channels without having to leave the app.

Adding more awesome to the list of features, fuseMe also sports a Split Screen mode, which activates a multi-screen view, so you can browse content, photos, other messages and more while keeping up with chats - similar to what Samsung's Multi Windows, or LG's Dual Window regimes offer. The folks from Acision claim that fuseMe is built with the same technology used in carrier networks to ensure secure conversations and exchanges. As with all fledgling messaging newcomers, the main downside of fuseMe is that you'll have to tell your friends and family to install it, if you want to communicate with them in a secure, yet full-featured manner, but if you have been looking for something like fuseMe for a while, that's the price to pay.

Developer: AcisionDownload: Android (v3.7.2), iOS (v3.7.3)
Category: Communication, Social NetworkingPrice: Free



1. pureviewuser

Posts: 501; Member since: Nov 11, 2012

Bring it to wp!!!

2. 0xFFFF

Posts: 3806; Member since: Apr 16, 2014

"It's got encryption!" is quickly becoming this generation's version of "It's got electrolytes!" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1fKzw05Q5A

3. billP101

Posts: 1; Member since: Jul 16, 2014

they don't even mention if the app has encryption...and the only reason Carriers are secure is they run their own protected networks...so unless this app has its own data center behind it with carrier grade security its just a bunch of marketing bs

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