'Dude' no longer has to ruin your friendships
Whether you're at home or work, WhatsApp desktop makes your Windows/Mac the ultimate messaging machine. The latest version lets you link up to 4 devices and 1 phone, but don't need the latter to be online.
Using end-to-end encrypted messaging services can make this data inaccessible to third parties and protection from bad actors. So the question is, which popular messaging apps use end-to-end encryption?
It might consider a public offering instead
Another high-profile gaming investment for Microsoft to boost its Xbox business
End-to-end encryption is still limited to secret chats
iMessage on Android and Windows? Yep
Private chats will remain ad-free, however
All you need is a personal Microsoft account
As long as your chat partners opt-in
Conversations will be deleted automatically after seven days
Discord is no longer just a place for gamers to chat
But, did anybody really ask for this?
Usage is skyrocketing as more people work and study from home
Teams may have more users than Slack now
Double the party size, higher quality audio, and better network connectivity are being previewed in closed beta
No more having to use Messenger
It was a problem with the FaceTime servers
Its use is expected to double by 2020
Thirty new businesses have been added to the list of companies that you can chat with through Messages
It's a work in progress, apparently