Keybase is a messaging platform where:

* you can write securely to any twitter, reddit, facebook, github, and hacker news user
* you don't need to know someone's phone number or email address
* all messages are secure, end-to-end encrypted
* multi-device: your messages survive and transfer with encryption to new phones & computers

Keybase is so much more. It is:

* free for everyone, and free of ads
* open source (github.com/keybase/client)
* multi-platform, w/apps for macOS, Linux, and Windows (keybase.io/download)

By using the Keybase app you agree to the following terms:

* you'll be a nice Internet person

Keybase for mobile is brand new and we yearn for feedback. Inside the app,
click the gear icon and then choose "feedback" to send us a summary of your experience.
From version Keybase 2.2.0:
• Exploding messages! Starting today, you can put a short fuse on your Keybase chat messages.
• Updated font size
• Sometimes grey offline bar would show up on foregrounding
• Better sorting on jump to conversation bar
• Improved push notification settings detection
• Performance improvements
All versions
June 20, 2018
June 5, 2018
June 3, 2018
May 30, 2018
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February 16, 2018