With the proliferation of secure messaging apps out there, Twitter is set to join in on the action.
The company is seemingly testing end-to-end encrypted direct messaging in the Android version of its app, as spotted by computer science student Jane Manchun Wong on Twitter.
The feature, dubbed "Secret conversation," will apparently be available in the conversation info section of the app, when direct messaging. Users can also view encryption keys of themselves and a recipient.
End-to-end encryption ensures that messages can only be read between the sender and the recipient, and not by the company whose platform you're using, or any authority who may try and intercept the message. Read more...More about Twitter, Apps, Encryption, Social Media, and Messaging