Facebook has finished rolling out a “Secret Conversations” feature in its Messenger app. The new mode ensures only the two people involved in a chat can see the text.
In fact, even the government or Facebook itself won’t have access to conversations in secret mode, according to the social network.
The social network’s 1 billion Messenger users now have access to the feature, CNNMoney confirmed. It uses end-to-end encryption, similar to what’s found in Facebook-owned WhatsApp, Viber, Line and Google’s new messaging app Allo.