Google has decided to provide end-to-end encryption to all users of the Messages app. Beta testers have been using end-to-end encryption since November.
Currently E2EE is only available for conversations between two users and not groups. Both interlocutors must have RCS options enabled to gain final encryption.
To find out if a message is encrypted you will notice a wooden icon on the send button.
E2EE launches this week as part of an Android update. This update also brings new emojis, changes to Assistent, Android Auto and Voice Access. / PCWorld Albanian