Viber introduces self-destructing chats for privateness

Viber introduces self-destructing chats for privacy
With a barrage of updates, bug-fixes and new options launched by a number of apps, Viber is ready to provoke self-destructing chat for securer privateness.

Viber, with greater than 800 million registered customers primarily in Asia, Japanese Europe and North Africa has launched a characteristic loosely known as secret chats that can self-destruct after a set time.

The characteristic disallows forwarding of any secret chat.

In iOS working cellular handset, the consumer is notified when somebody takes a screenshot whereas in Android, screenshots are blocked.

Customers can cover their secret chats if they need, utilizing a PIN code.

Based on an internet media outlet, the characteristic is ready to be rolled out for Android and iOS methods in coming week.

 

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