Google Messages is my weapon of selection for SMS messages and mates who don’t produce other choices. The easy truth is, not everyone seems to be on Whatsapp, Telegram, Sign or Messenger. Notably mates on iOS typically don’t have something apart from iMessage accessible to them.
Whereas Google Messages has supported end-to-end encryption for single customers, when you’re in a bunch chat, it’s not as safe. For some time, this has been the case however it appears that evidently Google is engaged on fixing that problem.
Google Messages seems to be rolling out end-to-end encryption help for group RCS chats for customers on the most recent steady launch (https://t.co/ppIrKgqFRp_20230329_00_RC01.phone_dynamic).
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) April 19, 2023
I’m on the Beta for Google Messages and, on the time of publishing, the characteristic isn’t but turned on. A majority of these options are sometimes server-side switches, so will be turned on and off simply, whether or not by area or just a staged rollout for customers. Take note for the encryption to work, all members of the group chat will must be on RCS.
Sadly, different platforms had been far too nicely established when Google lastly delivered an honest possibility for messaging. So there aren’t a number of customers on the market who use RCS as a default messaging possibility.
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