WhatsApp hits two billion users, only the second app to do so
Only its parent company, Facebook, which acquired the service in 2014, counts more users (2.5 billion) on its platform.
WhatsApp wants to ensure that its users can continue to communicate through end-to-end encrypted channels â€” one of the platform's key features.
Every private message sent using WhatsApp is secured with end-to-end encryption by default," the company stated on its official blog.
WhatsApp Global Head Will CathcartWhatsApp Global Head Will Cathcart recently hinted at the company's motives to stick with the strongest of encryptions.
Over the years, WhatsApp has rolled out multiple tools and features to help individual users keep their communication safe and secure.
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