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WhatsApp working on end-to-end indicators at the bottom of call history for beta Android users


WhatsApp is working on bringing indicators for end-to-end encryption, visible at the bottom of your call history on beta Android. The platform has submitted this update through the Google Play beta program with this update the version reaches You all must be knowing that end-to-end encryption is a very necessary privacy feature to secure your data. This safety tool protects your data from misuse.

Meta-owned WhatsApp has always targeted to present a messaging system keeping the privacy of its users in mind. In this current beta update, the platform is enhancing the security of its users by bringing indicators for end-to-end encryption which will be visible at the bottom of your WhatsApp call history. Check out the details.

WhatsApp working on End-to-End Indicators call history

The Reports reveal that the WhatsApp developers team is working to expand the comfort of the end-to-end encryption features even further. In a previous article released a few weeks back, news on indicators for end-to-end encryption, an under-development feature for WhatsApp beta iOS, and WhatsApp desktop beta was published.


In this latest update, the platform is reportedly releasing a similar feature for WhatsApp beta Android too. The leading WhatsApp news report WABetaInfo has released a screenshot of the feature in which you can see that with the new update you will find a footer note at the bottom of your call history page which will indicate that all your WhatsApp calls are end-to-end encrypted.

This means that nobody, not even WhatsApp and its Parent company Meta, can listen to them. The report further adds that WhatsApp is also planning to develop the same feature at the bottom of your chats list and status updates. But there is no evidence of this addition for now.

However, as indicators for end-to-end encryption feature is still in the development process it is currently not available to beta testers. But as normally expected by WhatsApp it should not take long to release this feature in a future update. You can expect it in the coming few weeks.

End-to-End encryption is claimed to be one of the best functionality offered by WhatsApp. To learn more about this privacy feature and how it secures your chats and calls, visit the official Twitter handle. For more updates on all upcoming new releases keep following us.

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