In the search for 'Atmanirbhar Bharat,' the Indian Army introduced a messaging app on Thursday called 'Secure Application for the Internet (SAI)' that will help end-to-end secure voice, text and video call services on the Android platform throughout the Internet, the Ministry of Defense said.
The SAI model is similar to currently available messaging apps such as WhatsApp, Telegram, SAMVAD and GIMS and uses the end-to - end encryption messaging protocol, "read a statement from the Indian Army.
SAI, it stands for Secure Application for the Internet, will be used by the Pan Army to promote secure communications inside the service. "The software provides end-to - end, secure voice, text and video call services on the Android network over the Phone," the statement noted.
The system for filing Intellectual Property Rights ( IPR) hosting the NIC application and operating on the iOS network is now ongoing.
The application was reviewed by CERT-in the enclosed auditor and by the Army Cyber Community, it noted.
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh reviewed the functionality of the app and congratulated Col Sai Shankar on his abilities and creativity in designing the app.