Wire
Wire
3.12.3490

4.5

Wire free download for Mac

Wire

3.12.3490
03 January 2020

Beautiful cross-device messaging app.

Overview

Wire is simple, beautiful conversations on your phone, tablet and desktop. Talk or message with friends, message with groups. Share pictures, links, SoundCloud music and YouTube videos. Wire works on iOS and OS X, it is inspired by and developed for the latest in hardware.

Wire is a conversation experience like no other.

What's new in Wire

Version 3.12.3490:
New features:
  • Internal: Add QA environment to developer menu
  • Internal: Add wire-webapp-master as backend type
  • Add authenticated proxy support
  • Add developer option to send logs via email
  • Add crash log
Bug fixes:
  • Don't focus WebView when starting minimized
  • Use undo and redo directly on the WebView
  • Check if SSO URL is null and simplify cookie copy
  • Don't mutate team info object
  • Disable Blink features
  • Avoid global shortcuts
  • Focus account after switching
  • Set correct window icon
  • Portable path
  • Don't send link previews without metadata, remove synchronous openGraph
  • Register SSO protocol only once
  • Send a link preview even without image
  • Speed up link preview generation

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6 Wire Reviews

Rate this app:

Tester-x
20 July 2017

Most helpful

This is a good app, and the service has improved significantly. The negative ratings here are unfair.
Like (2)
Version 2.15
Tester-x
20 July 2017
This is a good app, and the service has improved significantly. The negative ratings here are unfair.
Like (2)
Version 2.15
George6
22 September 2016
a messenger with strong encryption, but then you force the app store on us? please provide a regular download!
Like (1)
Version 2.10
siim
02 June 2016
Didn't mean to post a review as I work at Wire… Doesn't seem to be a way to delete it though…
Like
Version 2.7
RougeCheese12
18 January 2016
"Bring your friends to Wire by uploading your Contacts"
What could possible go wrong? The NSA will be happy to know the details about your address book.

@Whisperquiet: Signal messaging app or Jitsi do not upload your contacts and both use strong encryption to protect the message contents. Both obviously not the case for "Wire".
Like (1)
Version 2.4
1 answer(s)
siim
siim
02 June 2016
Hi, the situation has changed a bit. In fact, phone numbers from address book are hashed before uploading to Wire backend so it doesn't have access to real numbers.

In March 2016 Wire also rolled out end-to-end encryption, video calls and file sharing, video and audio messages. Maybe time to revisit that half star review :)

Full disclosure: I work at Wire
Like (2)
Monkeyjunkey
05 December 2014
App Built by Former Skype Employees Retracts Promise Not to Read Your Messages: http://motherboard.vice.com/read/wire-built-by-ex-skype-employees-retracts-promise-not-to-read-your-messages Here's a rather important reason for another half-star rating.
Like (7)
Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
Whisperquiet
Whisperquiet
08 December 2014
This is an initial release of WIRE. So how does this issue/reason compare with more widely used & established software; with their own potential to read messages? All messaging software and VoIP software has this risk potential attached as far as I can see. But I'm no expert.
Like (1)
siim
siim
02 June 2016
Hi, I work at Wire and found this site and your comment. Wire rolled out end-to-end encryption in March 2016 finally making good on that initial mess up. Open sourced the crypto code too.
Like (3)
Markoh
04 December 2014
A01110010101, you obviously have your reasons as to why you only give this app half a star. Would you mind filling us in as to why? TIA
Like (1)
Version 1.0