Mark Zuckerberg Said WhatsApp Is More Secure Than iMessage ?

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Mark Zuckerberg Said WhatsApp Is More Secure Than iMessage ?

 

Mark Zuckerberg has taken a screenshot on iMessage by saying how WhatsApp is more Private and secure via an Instagram post. 

Mark Zuckerberg says that WhatsApp is secure than iMessage ?
Mark Zuckerberg says that WhatsApp is secure than iMessage ? – Photo by Mark Zuckerberg

A meta advertising billboard in New York City was seen promoting the WhatsApp application over the iMessage or SMS services. It is in comparison between the iMessages and WhatsApp‘s private bubble mode. 

 

Taking a dig at Apple‘s iMessage, Mark Zuckerberg says that WhatsApp is far more safe and secure than any other messaging service. With end to end encryption and message disappearing features, WhatsApp is all ready to launch to go in full safe and secure mode. 

 

The meta owned messaging application, promises that WhatsApp is safer and will allow users more privacy than any other application. The screenshot shared on the social networking website, Instagram, shows a direct comparison between iMessage and WhatsApp. 

 

It also said that it is far more private and secure than iMessage, it also works across both iPhones and android making it a comprehensive choice to include group chats and provide a safer environment. You can also make the new chats disappear with WhatsApp but not with iPhone iMessage. The end to end encrypted backups are also one of the prestigious features of the messaging application.

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With the privacy ad campaign, Meta is already to push its new features in the technology world. It will appear on all the broadcast TV, outdoor and social networking including the digital videos across the United States.

 

With more than 2 billion users in the world, the global application wants to grow at a faster pace in the United States. Meta has marked WhatsApp as one of the best private and secure applications for message exchanging. 

 

Targeting the iMessenger on Apple, Google and beta are all set to overpower the Apple based application. Comment your thoughts!