Google Messages To Soon Receive End-to-end Encryption In RCS Group Chats

In 2020, the Google Messages app offered end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for a one-on-one chat over RCS (Rich Communication Services). Recently, the company announced that the E2EE services would be available for RCS group chat later this year. However, there is no information regarding its testing and development. As per the rumours, Google has begun testing the end-to-end encryption for group chats in the Messages app.

As per the Reddit post, the RCS group chats in the Google Message app are currently in beta, and the company has started testing end-to-end encryption in the RCS group’s chat in the Google Message app and Samsung Messages app. Read more Google Play Store Getting A New Update [32.8.20]

End-to-end encryption is a security platform that keeps your communication secure. With this feature, Google and other third parties can not read your phone messages. Now, this feature is not available for SMS/MMS and group messages. Samsung Galaxy S22 One UI 5.0 Stable Update Expanding In Bangladesh, Malaysia, And Australia

What Is The RCS?

Rich Communication Services are the communication protocol between phone carriers and mobile telephone carriers. On the other hand, Samsung RCS-enabled devices have been launched officially in Europe since 2012 and in the United States since 2015.

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