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Google just added Apple’s best iMessage feature to Android’s messaging app

Google announced late last year that the one feature that was missing from its latest iMessage alternative was coming soon. That’s end-to-end encryption, a privacy feature that ensures the messages exchanged in a chat app can’t be intercepted by third parties. iMessage comes with end-to-end encryption built-in, something Google took its time to roll out. Other instant messaging apps like Signal and WhatsApp have end-to-end encryption turned on by default, and Telegram supports the feature, but it must be enabled on a per chat basis.

End-to-end encryption is rolling out to RCS Messages users this summer, alongside all the other new Android features that Google announced earlier this week. But there are a few caveats users should understand, as not all messages exchanged through Google’s chat app will be encrypted end-to-end.

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Google announced late last year that the one feature that was missing from its latest iMessage alternative was coming soon. That’s end-to-end encryption, a privacy feature that ensures the messages exchanged in a chat app can’t be intercepted by third parties. iMessage comes with end-to-end encryption built-in, something Google took its time to roll out. …encryption, google, messages
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