3.0
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About this app

Note that Antox is still alpha software and there may be some bugs. Antox uses the Tox protocol which is Peer to Peer, so there will be high data usage and battery drain. WiFi only mode is currently recommended for now.

With the rise of government monitoring programs, Antox is an easy to use application that allows you to connect with friends and family without anyone else listening in.

Antox is completely open-source so you know what you're using is truly secure.
Updated on
May 20, 2018

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3.0
1.32K reviews
A Google user
July 5, 2019
Communication with messages, audio & video calls are functional and completly working. Sending and receiving files is still experimental and needs some time to be polished but for now it crashes if you try to send or receive a file most of the time. As I'm told groups aren't supported yet which is sad but I believe that will be added soon. Thanks for the work you do you are breathtaking.
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Fk u Goygle
January 28, 2021
It is a great app, but very basic. I wish it had voice record, ability to reply to specific messages, and send a file through my external SD card. Also, a lot of times the program crashes. Otherwise, if these things get implemented, especially being able to record voice messages and ability to send any file from external media, I would rate it 5-star.
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Wesley Wallner
June 24, 2020
Won't allow use without enabling microphone and camera access This is a red flag for anyone concerned about communications security (which is the whole point of this app). I know that this is only the alpha version, but throwing users a bone here would be a great help for generating interest in your service. The direct, P2P nature of this app is promising, but the mandatory permissions are a deal breaker. I'll give this another shot at a later date, but for now I'm not thrilled about it.
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