3veta vs. Signal Open Source Messenger

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
3veta
Score 10.0 out of 10
N/A
3veta is a meeting experience for remote teams. 3veta offers features to support remote teams, including: Full HD video conferencing Scheduling (booking page, shared team calendar, 2-way calendar sync, synchronization with Microsoft Exchange, Google Calendar, Apple Calendar; meeting reminders, etc.) Custom branding (possibility to fully white label the whole experience) Integrations with 5000+ other web apps.
$10
Signal Open Source Messenger
Score 9.4 out of 10
N/A
Signal is an open source cross-platform messaging app featuring end-to-end encryption to keep conversations private and secure, boasting no ads, no affiliate marketers, and no creepy tracking in Signal. Users can focus on sharing the moments that matter.N/A
Pricing
3vetaSignal Open Source Messenger
Editions & Modules
Basic
$10
per month per user
Premium
$19
per month per user
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
3vetaSignal Open Source Messenger
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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User Ratings
3vetaSignal Open Source Messenger
Likelihood to Recommend
9.6
(4 ratings)
10.0
(2 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(2 ratings)
User Testimonials
3vetaSignal Open Source Messenger
Likelihood to Recommend
3veta
Well, for anyone who delivers trainings or does consultations and wants to do this online and look professional, 3veta gives everything you need. It's a nice package of the key features and tools for an online office.
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Open Source
Signal is great for high-security applications where privacy is a concern, perhaps because of the sensitive nature of the materials being communicated. For instance, if you are sending sensitive information about a film that hasn't been released yet, and you want to make sure that paparazzi and fans don't get access to spoiler information, Signal is a great way to communicate.
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Pros
3veta
  • Control of [the] video and audio of all attendees except the host [all with] one click
  • Getting fast answers from participants with a simple poll option
  • Branded meeting rooms
  • Booking meetings right away
  • Sharing meeting links from the platform directly
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Open Source
  • Encryption end to end
  • Audio quality
  • Ability to permanently delete messages and history
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Cons
3veta
  • It would be good to have some more options for website customization.
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Open Source
  • Update Hassle - While this is also a positive in added security, every time they release an update to the app, you have to update. Since I only use the app occasionally, I have to update probably 1-in-4 times I open the app. It feels laborious as I will sometimes want to send a friend or colleague a message, who only uses Signal, and I open the app to message them and suddenly have to wait 2-4 minutes to update and install the new version.
  • Not Getting Messages - You also no longer send and receive messages until you update. So if you have an outdated version of the app, nobody can get ahold of you and they might not know why you aren't responding.
  • Re-Sync Via QR Code After Update - Every time I update, I have to re-sync my mobile app to the desktop. So it adds another added step. The forced updates and forced resync steps are quite laborious.
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Support Rating
3veta
No answers on this topic
Open Source
You don't really need support as the app just works. In the two plus years I've been using Signal, I've never needed to even look at support documentation to learn how to do something or have the app work. It just does. The best support is not needing to use it, and Signal meets that standard.
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Alternatives Considered
3veta
Using 3veta I pay only one monthly subscription (and not three or four). This is cheaper and a lot more convenient for me.
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Open Source
The closest competitor we've found for Signal is Telegram. We do use Telegram with some clients and individuals who prefer it. Unfortunately, in this climate where there is no clear winner and a lot of diversity in applications, if you work with a lot of clients you're going to have to install a whole suite of instant messaging apps. Still, given the choice, we prefer Signal over its competitors, specifically for applications where high security is a concern.
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Return on Investment
3veta
  • Hard to estimate
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Open Source
  • I reach people who I need to more quickly.
  • It is a free service.
  • It provides my clients confidence in keeping things confidential that need to be.
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ScreenShots

3veta Screenshots

Screenshot of Video calls in the browserScreenshot of Custom branding in video calls - logo, colors, backgroundScreenshot of Shared team calendar with any calendar provider (Microsoft Exchange, Google Calendar, Apple Calendar)Screenshot of Booking page which allows free and paid bookingsScreenshot of 5000+ integrations