- What is Threema Web?
- How do I use Threema on a desktop computer?
- What are the system requirements for Threema Web?
- What features does Threema Web offer?
- What is a session and what is the purpose of the session password?
- What’s special about Threema Web?
- How does Threema Web work?
- In which languages is Threema Web available?
- Where can I find Threema Web’s source code?
- Why does establishing a connection to Threema Web fail?
- Why are sessions not being saved?
- How can I enable desktop notifications for Threema Web?
- What to do if the connection to Threema Web is slow or drops frequently?
- Why does re-establishing a connection to Threema Web fail?
What’s special about Threema Web?
These are Threema Web’s main characteristics and advantages:
- Threema Web allows to use Threema on the desktop without compromising security
- Threema Web reduces the digital footprint to the bare minimum by establishing a direct connection between desktop and mobile device (Android)
- No mirroring of the user’s message database – neither on a server nor on the desktop
- Since Threema Web is web-based, it is platform-independent
- Threema Web is open source
- Threema Web uses WebRTC, a tried and tested open standard for direct communication between two devices (Android)
- SaltyRTC ensures a secure connection between browser and mobile device (Android)