Encrypted messages apparently coming to Twitter
Telegram users who are looking now for a new messaging app with encrypted messaging capabilities might soon be able to switch to Twitter, reveals a recent discovery. Obviously, those who do not like Twitter or cannot wait for this feature to become available can simply go for Signal, WhatsApp, or another similar app already.
According to TechCrunch, the "Secret conversation" option in Twitter for Android was spotted by Jane Manchun Wong earlier this month. As it usually happens with such unreleased features, she discovered the encrypted direct messaging capability inside the application package of Twitter for Android.
Sadly, it seems that this will remain an interesting discovery of what seems to be a very useful upcoming feature for Twitter users on Android — at least for a while. For now, Twitter representatives avoid saying anything about this matter, so we have no idea how long will it take for the "Secret conversation" to become an active feature available for everyone.
No less than 18 months ago, Edward Snowden asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for "secret, burn-after-reading DMs" and the swift reply came saying that this request was "reasonable and something we'll think about."
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