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3 Dec, 2022
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Google Messages currently supports end-to-end encrypted RCS only in private chats.

The company plans to add RCS encryption for group chats in the next few weeks, but it will only be available to Google Messages beta users. When the developers plan to make the feature public is not reported.

Google also officially announced that it is working on a message reactions feature. That will allow you to use emojis as reactions to messages. Previously, rumors about this feature were published by several media.

Google Messages project lead Neena Budhiraja was trying to publicly shame Apple, stressing that the company is refusing to implement end-to-end encryption in its products.

Today, all of the major mobile carriers and manufacturers have adopted RCS as the standard - except for Apple. Apple refuses to adopt RCS and continues to rely on SMS when people with iPhones message people with Android phones, which means their texting is stuck in the 1990s

Experts are currently arguing about the security of iMessage. Some experts believe that the confidentiality of messages can be violated if one of the interlocutors has backup copies in iCloud. Therefore, experts believe that the use of RCS encryption can provide better security.