The Android Messages app now offers encryption at the end
Along with a string of new things In several areas of Android, Google is now on fire (E2EE) for everyone in the Messaging app. Beta testers will be able to use E2EE messages from November.
E2EE inside Messages it is only available in private conversations right now, not in private conversations. Both are a must have RCS discussions have been enabled for you to use. You know when the message you want to send will be sent if you see a window image on the send button. In that case it will be difficult for you to monitor your messages carefully.
Part of E2EE is coming out this week such as previous Android updates, in addition to their favorite (or bookmarks) messages and the availability of a file earthquake warning machine in many countries. These updates also include the new emoji, Assistant, Android Auto tools and Voice Access.
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