End-to-end encryption is an increasingly important feature for apps and services that deal with user data. This security functionality is usually tied to chat apps like iMessage, WhatsApp, Signal, and others. But other services, like Apple’s iCloud backup, also support end-to-end encryption. In the future, the same kind of personal data protection will be available in Google’s popular email app. Gmail is getting end-to-end encryption and some Google accounts can test it already.
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