Send

Messages,

Not Metadata.

Send

Messages,

Not Metadata.

What is Session?

Session is an end-to-end encrypted
messenger that minimises sensitive
metadata, designed and built for people
who want absolute privacy and freedom
from any form of surveillance.
Session is an end-to-end encrypted messenger that minimises sensitive metadata, designed and built for people who want absolute privacy and freedom from any form of surveillance.

Benefits

No Phone Numbers

Session accounts are completely anonymous.
No phone number or email required.

No Data Breaches

Session doesn’t collect data,
so there’s nothing to leak.

No Footprints

Send messages through our onion
routing network and leave no trace.

Open Source

Session’s code has nothing to hide. Anyone can view, audit, and contribute.

Censorship Resistant

With no central point of failure,
it’s harder to shut Session down.

No Phone Numbers

Session accounts are completely anonymous. No phone number or email required.

Open Source

Session’s code has nothing to hide. Anyone can view, audit, and contribute.

No Footprints

Send messages through our onion
routing network and leave no trace.

No Data Breaches

Session doesn’t collect data,
so there’s nothing to leak.

Censorship Resistant

With no central point of failure,
it’s harder to shut Session down.

No Phone Numbers

No Data Breaches

No Footprints

Open Source

Censorship Resistant

Features

Group chats

Talk to your friends or talk to the world. You decide. Closed groups let you talk to up to 100 friends at once, with the same encrypted protection as one-on-one chats. Got a bigger crowd? Use an open group to connect with as many people as you want.

Voice messages

Sometimes, a text just isn’t enough. Voice messages let you send something a little more personal, so nothing gets lost in translation.

Attachments

Don’t leak those docs. Send all your files, images, and attachments through a network that takes your privacy seriously.

Group chats

Talk to your friends or talk to the world. You decide. Closed groups let you talk to up to 100 friends at once, with the same encrypted protections as one-on-one chats. Got a bigger crowd? Use an open group to connect with as many people as you want.

Voice messages

Sometimes, a text just isn’t enough. Voice messages let you send something a little more personal, so nothing gets lost in translation.

Attachments

Don’t leak those docs. Send all your files, images, and attachments through a network that takes your privacy seriously.