Twitter working encrypted DMs; Facebook Bitmoji style avatars

Twitter seems to be working support for encrypted direct messages, with a feature currently called Secret Cversatis. A computer student spotted code that supports the use of end-to-end encrypti …


While the code was found in an Android Package (APK) – a format of file used to distribute and install Android applicatis – it is almost certain that it would be a cross-platform feature

Jane Manchun Wg tweeted (via CNET ) a series of screenshots that indicate that it will be an optial feature

The discovery follows an embarrassing revelati the part of Twitter last week, according to which a bug led to users' passwords being inadvertently stored in plain text.

Bitmoji avatars, as TechCrunch notes .

Hidden in Facebook 's Android applicati code is a novel feature called Facebook Avatars that allows people to build custom, illustrated versis of themselves for use as stickers. ssenger and comments. It will allow users to customize their avatar to illustrate their skin color, hairstyle and facial features. Facebook Avatars is essentially the Facebook versi of Snapchat's acquisiti, Bitmoji, which has spent years in the top 10 apps.

Facebook cfirmed to the Josh Cstine website that he was working the feature, which would definitely still

Facebook cfirmed that he was building Avatars, saying to me: "We are watching … [19659010]

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