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Facebook Messenger gets end-to-end encryption by default and a slew of new features
6:20 pm | December 7, 2023

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Meta announced a slew of new features coming to Facebook Messenger and in case you are not seeing the changes yet, it's probably a staged rollout, so wait for a couple of days. Perhaps the most notable change is the end-to-end encryption by default. From now on, all your private messages are encrypted and only you and your recipient can read those messages. That's a big step in the right direction, as most competing messengers, not just the privacy-oriented ones, are already offering end-to-end encryption. Editing messages and disappearing messages In addition to the...

Facebook Messenger gets end-to-end encryption by default and a slew of new features
6:20 pm |

Author: admin | Category: Mobile phones news | Tags: | Comments: Off

Meta announced a slew of new features coming to Facebook Messenger and in case you are not seeing the changes yet, it's probably a staged rollout, so wait for a couple of days. Perhaps the most notable change is the end-to-end encryption by default. From now on, all your private messages are encrypted and only you and your recipient can read those messages. That's a big step in the right direction, as most competing messengers, not just the privacy-oriented ones, are already offering end-to-end encryption. Editing messages and disappearing messages In addition to the...

Facebook Messenger will drop SMS support after September 28
10:33 am | August 8, 2023

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Facebook brought the ability to send and receive SMS messages via Messenger back in 2016 but the feature is now going away. Facebook announced the news in a new post on its Help Center page. Users who rely on Messenger as their default SMS app will no longer be able to send and receive texts after updating the app on September 28. Facebook is also advising Android users to switch their default messaging app to Google Messages or their phone’s default messages app. Source