Facebook messenger update: Themes, reactions and end-to-end encryption
Delhi : Facebook's social networking platform may not be as well-known as some others right now, but billions of people still use its component, Facebook Messenger. It was sold as a standalone app after having been a component of Facebook earlier. The chat network was now accessible to individuals who did not have a Facebook account thanks to this.
Despite having less features than some of its rivals, Messenger still offers all the necessary features, such as audio and video calling, SMS support, chat, and more. The end-to-end encrypted (E2EE) chats offered by Meta now incorporate Messenger's essential upgrades. So you can have end-to-end encrypted chats, you may use the app's features like chat themes, chat emoji reactions, and more.
These features were previously unavailable in Messenger's end-to-end encrypted chats, but they are now enabled with the new upgrade. Users will also be able to design unique group profile images for friends and coworkers. Another feature to the end-to-end encryption conversation region is the availability of link previews in encrypted talks. When you utilise the app while online, a status indicator shows your contacts.
Chat Bubbles are also making a comeback on Android. For individuals who missed the bus, bubbles make it easier to reach people from the homescreen. Contacts with whom you are speaking are displayed on your homescreen in the form of a floating bubble. By touching on the bubble, you can begin messaging right now.
The update, which adds new capabilities for end-to-end encrypted talks in Facebook Messenger, has not yet been widely distributed, but Meta notes on its official blog that the feature will be released "gradually."