WhatsApp may introduce a self-destructing photo feature | Instant News

This is another measure taken by Facebook-owned companies to ensure the privacy and safety of its users after the controversial privacy policy collapses.

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WhatsApp may launch a feature similar to Snapchat, which will make the photos sent by the sender disappear after the receiver opens it. According to the WhatsApp news portal, this feature may be available in future app updates on Android and iOS devices. WABetaInfo.

Self-destructing photos cannot be exported from WhatsApp. The portal pointed out that Facebook-owned apps have not yet implemented screenshot detection on the app.

This is another measure taken by Facebook-owned companies to ensure user privacy and safety. Controversial privacy policy collapses. WhatsApp said that despite strong opposition, it will continue to roll out its updated policy.

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One of the main functions of the multimedia messaging application Snapchat is that only photos and texts sent on the application can be accessed during a certain period of time. The app’s user base in India surpassed 60 million in the December quarter, and daily active users increased by 150% during the same period.

WhatsApp launched the “Missing Messages” feature last year, Which will make the mail inaccessible after 7 days. Facebook’s Instagram and Messenger follow the trend and launched Vanish Mode in late November.

recent, Dubai-based Telegram has enabled the same features in private chat and group chat.

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