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Now backup will be safe with chat in WhatsApp, new feature seen in beta version

New feature of Whatsapp

WhatsApp may have been in the news for its privacy policy this year, but the Facebook-owned app claims that no one can read or decode its encrypted messages. Now the company has started using this encryption facility in cloud backup as well. Right now this feature of WhatsApp is visible in the beta version and after all the tests are completed it will be released in the stable version. Let us know about this feature in detail.

Recently WhatsApp has announced the launch of end-to-end encrypted backups in the new WhatsApp beta for both Android and iOS. Let us tell you that the backup of the chat of the instant messaging app is saved on Google Drive and only Google’s protection is there, the fear of which leaks often haunts the users. But now WhatsApp has tried to put a strong layer of security on this backup.

According to WABetaInfo, a website that tracks the upcoming feature of WhatsApp, the beta versions of Android and iOS will now support end-to-end encrypted chat backup. This facility will be available to both Android and iOS users. Users of both the platforms will be helped to secure their chats as an encrypted backup on Google Drive and iCloud. Once the backup is encrypted, service providers such as WhatsApp, Facebook, Apple and Google will also not be able to view its content as it will be encrypted using 64-key encryption.

Let us tell you that WhatsApp is the most used instant messaging app in the whole world today. WhatsApp keeps on releasing new features for the convenience of its users. There are many features in this simple user interface. Let us tell you that this feature has come in beta testing right now, so it will not be available for all users right now. After coming to the stable version, this facility will be available to everyone.

Let us tell you that the Facebook-owned app WhatsApp was down for a few hours during the last week, due to which many people around the world had to face problems. After this the service was started again and the company had also apologized to its users for this inconvenience.

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