The instant messaging app has become a very popular app among WhatsApp users and the main reason for this is that the company keeps on introducing new features and updates every day. These features make this app interesting as well as secure and useful. At the same time, the company has introduced a new feature end-to-end encryption this time as well. Which will make the privacy and security of users in WhatsApp stronger than before. Let us tell you that the company has introduced this feature as an optional feature at the moment. But soon it will be rolled out for both iOS and Android users.
WhatsApp’s new safety feature
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has recently announced about WhatsApp that the company is bringing a new safety feature for it. According to the information given on the Facebook blog post, end-to-end encryption will now be included in WhatsApp as an optional feature. Users can choose to do this in Google Drive or iCloud. Zuckerberg says that WhatsApp is the first global messaging service of this scale to provide end-to-end encrypted messaging and backup. However, the rollout date of this feature has not been disclosed yet.
Talking about the end-to-end encryption feature of WhatsApp, after its arrival, the chat backup of the users will be safe even after the device is stolen. That is, users can transfer chat history to their new device with security. There will be no risk of data theft. By the way, let us tell you that apart from this, the company is also working on a multi-device feature which will be introduced soon. With the help of this feature, users can use the same account on four different devices.