Samsung’s messaging app for Android and iOS has been making waves lately.
The latest version of the app, called Signal, has made a big splash with users around the world.
Now, the company has announced a second update that adds a new feature to the app: encrypted messaging.
Here’s what’s new in this version: The app now allows users to encrypt their messages using a new password, rather than relying on their default login information.
For users who want to protect their messages from the usual suspects, the app has a new option to turn on the “send private messages” feature.
If users want to send messages that don’t get shared with anyone but themselves, the option to send encrypted messages has been removed.
If you have already used Signal, you’ll notice that you can now add or delete encrypted messages, which can be done by dragging and dropping an existing message.
You can also make or remove attachments using the new options.
It also has an option to keep a record of all encrypted messages.
The Signal app also has a feature called “texting backup,” which is a new way to save your texts and messages on your phone.
When you first open the app you’ll be asked to confirm that you want to backup your messages.
When prompted to do so, a backup folder will appear in the sidebar.
It’s very simple, just drag and drop any text you want saved to the folder and select “save as.”
Once you’ve created your backup folder, it will be backed up in a folder on your device, so it won’t be lost when you return to the original app.
It’s not clear whether the app will also support encryption by default for incoming and outgoing text messages.
The new update also adds a “Texts to Face” feature that allows users with text messages to send them to friends and family.