When comparing Sendinc vs Riot, the Slant community recommends Riot for most people. In the question“What are the best ways to transmit sensitive information over the Internet?” Riot is ranked 9th while Sendinc is ranked 12th.
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Pro Sends emails securely
Sendinc allows you to securely send emails and attachments up to 10mb with 256-bit SSL encryption. The messages are then destroyed 7 days later by default.
Pro No password to share with recipient needed
Your recipient only needs the link sent not another password to share. Messages are decrypted with an encryption key only available in the link sent to the recipient after they sign into Sendinc.
Pro Android and iOS app available
Pro No download needed
Sendinc operates without any downloadable programs. This is beneficial because it allows you to send secure emails from any computer without needing to download the program again and leaving a trail of what downloadable program you used.
Pro Web and mobile (iOS, Android) versions available
Pro Supports text, voice, video
Integrates with Jitsi for multi-party video chats
Pro Uses Matrix, the open communications protocol
Pro Very good and simple interface
Riot has a very simple interface, adding the ability for more unexperienced PC-Users to use it.
Pro Widgets support
Want to watch that flick at YouTube and discuss it at the same time? Have Grafana graphs stacked above your DevOps team chat? Collaboratively edit Google Docs and chat over without switching applications? This is possible with Riot.
Pro Bridges to other networks
You're not confined within Riot's or even Matrix garden, and you don't have to make users of other networks switch to Matrix.
Con Recipient needs a Sendinc account
Sendinc will invite your recipient to create a Sendinc account but if they do not create an account they cannot view the email.
Con Still in active yet early development
There is clearly a User Experience issue esp. in web version which the developers are aware of and are working hard to improve. They've got the concept concrete, so UX won't be an issue in no time. Most often used parts are functional, but some are yet not.
The success of riot depends on how fast the development is, or it'll get outdated too quickly as developers of Signal and Telegram have predicted.