- 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 is Threema Web?
Threema Web (web.threema.ch) is Threema’s web client. It allows you to use Threema on the desktop without compromising security.
- Complete synchronization: By scanning a QR code, desktop and mobile device are connected at once, and all conversations are fully accessible on the desktop.
- Security and data restraint: All communication between phone and PC is fully end-to-end encrypted. After the session is terminated, all synchronized messages are immediately deleted in the browser.
- Open Source: Like the mobile apps, Threema Web is open source and uses open standards. It’s also possible to host Threema Web on your own server.
All you have to do to use Threema Web is connect your mobile device with your browser.
For detailed technical information in regard to Threema Web’s security, please refer to the Cryptography Whitepaper.