Dialect and Solana Mobile Building New Messaging Tooling
Dialect recently tweeted about entering a partnership with the Solana Mobile team. The collaboration will see the platforms developing core messaging infra with a developer tooling for SMS.
In addition, the ventures will launch an open-source, consumer-grade messaging app. SMS stated that with Dialect’s assistance, Web 3.0 would surely revolutionize internet messaging.
Till now, such visions have been restricted by the limitations of mobile key management, where messaging is the most prominent. With the help of Saga and Solana Mobile Stack, this vision can certainly be brought to life.
The Dialect team has only been focused on developing the best open-source developer tooling for messaging and notifications. This decision turned out to be the best one for the platform as it helped them focus on the best wallets and dApps across the market.
The venture is currently powering over 15 dApps on the Solana ecosystem. Its reach is growing, with even more mobile wallets joining the list. With Saga helping out, the opportunity to develop a gold standard for messaging is open.
At the same time, the Dial app will allow the users to group chat and DM directly from their date. They can also keep up with every notification from different dApps. Moreover, users can sign multiple transactions, meeting the smart message standard. All of this can be done without the involvement of Web 2.0 identities.
The Dial app will be completely open-source, meaning anyone can fork and run with the original implementation. They can even seamlessly embed messaging in other contexts to build better versions.
Saga is ready to introduce new crypto mobile apps to establish a shared, interoperable messaging substrate in the modern mobile ecosystem. The upcoming few months will see the mobile tooling being released in phases.
The final step of the process will be the launch of the Dial app. The collaboration will also contribute to core SMS tooling, ensuring the Saga messaging experience stays up to date. The tweet also informed users about Dialect’s Discord channel, where they can reach the team to get early access to the tool.