WhatsApp Now Rolling Out End-to-End Encrypted Chat Backups Feature for Android, iOS Users

WhatsApp, one of the most popular instant messaging apps on the market, has finally released a long-awaited security feature.

Today, WhatsApp began period reserves, which are fully encrypted from start to finish. “WhatsApp was built on the simple premise that everything you share with friends and family stays with them,” the companies said in a statement. Five years ago, we made end-to-end encryption the default. More than 2 billion people use this feature every day, sending over 100 billion messages.

For backups stored in Google Drive or iCloud, we now offer end-to-end encryption as an optional extra layer of security. No other large-scale global messaging service provides this level of security for messages, media, voicemails, video calls, and chat backups for its users.

You can now use a password or a 64-digit encryption key that is only known to you to protect your end-to-end encrypted backup. WhatsApp and your backup service provider don’t have access to your backups or the key that unlocks them.

This feature will be gradually rolled out to all WhatsApp users who have the most recent version. More information on how to protect your chat backups on iOS and Android with end-to-end encryption find here and, as well as how we create them, can be found here.”

This add-on appears to do a good job of keeping chat backups safe in the cloud. Despite losing a large number of users to Telegram, the company is still the pioneer and most widely used in the field, despite recent privacy and security issues.

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WhatsApp was recently on the agenda with voice message steps

WhatsApp has recently risen to prominence as one of the most important voicemail services. On the iOS side, the company recently made a splash by announcing that voice messages will be translated.

For those who don’t know, users will be able to see incoming voice messages in written form and quickly switch to the part they want thanks to this feature. No information will be sent to WhatsApp or Facebook for translation, and neither name will have access to the translated messages, according to the information obtained.

Another study on voicemail has surfaced in the last few days, revealing that the application now includes a player for voice messages. This will allow users to listen to a voice message received outside of the chat window. As a result, the voicemail will continue to ring even if the chat window is closed.

Recently, there has been a significant improvement in the audio recording process. According to WABetaInfo, the company is reportedly introducing the ability to ” pause ” the voicemail recording process. People will be able to pause, restart, and continue the voicemail recording in this manner at any time.

This way, you’ll have more time to think while recording, and you won’t have to delete and redo the recording due to common gaps.

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