Google Messages end to end encryption exits beta

Google Messages end to end encryption

Google Messages end to end encryption

Google has been testing end to end encryption in Google Messages since last November, the feature was previously in beta.

The end to end encryption for Messages is no longer in beta and now it is being rolled out to more users on Android devices.

The end to end encryption provides more security and it ensured that your messages can not be read by anyone but the recipient of the message.

Your eligible messages and their attachments, such as photos and videos, will be end-to-end encrypted. End-to-end encryption is a security method that keeps your communications secure. With end-to-end encryption, no one, including Google and third parties, can read eligible messages as they travel between your phone and the phone you message.

You can find out more information about this feature on Google Messages at the link below, the feature is available in the Messages app.

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