Communicating with your friends and acquaintances is getting easier and faster, but sometimes what you want is to make sure your messages are safe and secure. Well, Bleep is an instant messaging service created by BitTorrent, and it focuses on sending anonymous information through a secure, virtually impenetrable system.
Bleep is a P2P client that works like any other IM tool, but without the participation of an external server, which means that conversations are directly connected between the sender and the recipient. This is how BitTorrent works: its system shares files between point A and point through anonymous nodes.
With Bleep, you can make text and VoIP phone calls. Because this service does not store any data on external servers, no one can access the content of the messages. And the way it works may seem complicated, but it's easy to use: just open the app, choose a friend, and start chatting.
To use Bleep, registration is required and can be done in three different ways: via e-mail, with your phone number, or anonymously, although in the latter case, you will not be able to save a contact list.