Our WhatsApp conversations may soon become a little more ephemeral. A recent beta version of the app featured on the Google Play Store suggests that WhatsApp will allow you to set a timer on messages to be removed in private chats
While we reported on this feature in October, it originally only applied to group conversations. The latest beta version includes code that suggests the feature will also come for private chats, allowing you to set messages to self-destruct after an hour, a day, a week, a month, or a year.
The current implementation is less robust than the way the function is implemented in other applications like Messenger or Telegram,
For now, there doesn’t even seem to be a way to apply just a timer to individual messages, although this could change once the feature is publicly available.
Still, it’s a welcome option for topics sensitive enough that you don’t even trust WhatsApp encryption to stay safe; There is no better way to ensure that a message is not read by third parties than to delete it entirely.
WhatsApp is a text and voice messaging application that was launched in 2009. It has become incredibly popular ever since, largely thanks to its features and flexibility. As a free service, WhatsApp allows messages and calls on desktop and mobile devices.
Part of what makes this app attractive is that it works on various phone and computer operating systems, which helps with messaging. You can also take advantage of Wi-Fi and mobile data to make individual or group calls.
About Free international calls
WhatsApp uses the cellular or Wi-Fi connection of your phone to facilitate messaging and voice calls to almost anyone on the planet, alone or in a group, and is especially good for families and small collaborative work groups. The application allows you to make calls and send and receive messages, documents, photos and videos. WhatsApp is completely free, without fees or subscriptions, because it uses the 4G, 3G, 2G, EDGE or Wi-Fi connection of your phone instead of the voice minutes or the text plan of your cell plan. If you are connected via Wi-Fi, it will not affect your data plan either. Its popularity is sustained by its support for free calls around the world, even if the people who chat are not in the same countrSecurity
WhatsApp has a number of advanced security features. All messages that flow through the platform are secured so that only the sender and recipient can see them. This means that WhatsApp was unable to read your message, even if you wanted to. As with an increasing number of Internet services like Google and Facebook, WhatsApp uses two-factor authentication, which allows you to enter a second access code sent to your phone by text message to access your account. However, group messages may conflict with some privacy settings as if you have blocked someone they may still appear in a group message that you can seey.
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