Wire is the most secure collaboration platform. We increase the productivity in your team while keeping your information private. Wire allows your team to communicate and share information easily and securely - messages, files, conference calls or private conversations - always in context.

– Communicate with your teams through private or group conversations
– Share and collaborate with files, documents, links with reactions
– Press the one-click conference call button and your voice or video meetings starts on time
– Invite partners, customers and suppliers to collaborate through the unique guest rooms
– Increase privacy through ephemeral messages and device fingerprinting
– Integrate Wire with your corporate applications and services
– Recognized by IDC as industry leading security and privacy approach through Open Source, end to end
encryption, forward secrecy and public audits

Wire is available on any device and operating system - so your team can collaborate whether in the office or on the road.

Wire is also available as an on-demand solution for crisis collaboration.

Wire offers a free version for external business partners or friends and family use.

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What’s New

Version 3.26.4145

— Join public conversations with a guestroom link

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

Virtual_amadeus ,

It almost there, but no...

I am a Mac user that just about had it with Skype, desperately looking for an alternative. Wire seemed very similar, so I gave it a shot. Sadly, this is not the solution:
- The alert sounds are nice and high-tech, but way too gentle. My peers had trouble realizing they have been texted. Even the Ping is subtle. The app should offer alternative alert sounds.
- There is no “prescence” indicator. This is VITAL for any messaging service, as well as displaying when you are busy, or on break.
- Yes, if you type :) it will replace it with the actual emoji, but an emoji selector tool would be preferred. I am a businessman and a leader of the sales team here, and emojis are the pop culture of modern day communications. A single image says more that a thousand words…

I am hoping to come back to Wire in the future. It definitively has the potential. I hope the development team keeps improving. Cheers

Developer Response ,


we really appreciate your feedback.
We will share your feedback with the team!
Also you have the possibility to add emoji's with :tag - like :smile .
But we get your point!

Best regards,
Wire Support

burrrito ,

Solid chat app with lots of features

Wire works well as a Skype replacement, and it has a few extra bells and whistles too. I enjoy the macOS and iOS versions.

However, there are a couple quirks with the macOS version:
- Sometimes a chat window gets a bit laggy/unresponsive when trying to scroll (selecting a different chat and then going back to the initial chat seems to fix this).
- The biggest annoyance for me is that there’s no way to customize the window, specifically the panel on the left that lists your chats/contacts. There should be a way to resize this panel, especially to shrink it down to just icons, because it takes up way too much space as it is. You can do this on other chat apps (e.g. Messages and Skype), and I would love to be able to do this on Wire too.

Keep up the great work!

NoJoy777 ,

Electron based desktop application

Please, please stop using this cancer of modern desktop — Electron, nobody needs a copy of a browser running for every application on the system. It's limited, it's resource intensive and it will never offer flexibility like real desktop applications written in Swift.

Regarding application UI:

- Can't collapse sidebar with contacts it takes lots of screen estate
- Can't rename a contact
- Message formatting in a chat is awful, won't support markdown, markup languages, etc. Can't even normally select text.

Swiss roots, Haskell and open source are a huge win for this project.

Would be paying for it if it gets somewhat closer to Telegram Desktop speed and UI...

App Privacy

The developer, Wire Swiss GmbH, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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