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The most favorite messaging platform, WhatsApp has brought about several features recently with the aim to improve the user engagement and experience.
WhatsApp has recently introduced the most awaited video calling feature for both Android and iOS users. Along with it, the app also allows the users to make their conversation more interactive and interesting with its new doodle, GIF, mentions and other features.
Apart from just rolling out new features, WhatsApp has been hitting headlines for another reason that is its security level. Facebook-owned WhatsApp has been often been questioned about its security level.
Well, WhatsApp is now planning to roll out a new feature to improve users security level and keep all their information confidential.
WhatsApp to Become More Secure
WhatsApp is preparing to launch another new feature, to improve its user's security. The messaging app is supposedly working on two-factor authentication feature, which will help the WhatsApp users to secure their accounts in a more effective manner without any security concerns.
WhatsApp to Soon Roll Out Two-factor Authentication
It was leaked via a Spanish website namely MicrosoftInsider that WhatsApp is supposedly working on two-factor authentication to improve the security level. With this two-factor authentication, the messaging app is planning to take a security measure in order to that protect users' accounts even beyond the typical username and password layer.
How is WhatsApp Trying to Make it More Secure?
By introducing the two-factor authentication, WhatsApp will provide an alternative authentication system like codes that will just be delivered to the users' mobile. WhatsApp will bring about added security layer, over username and password, which will just be confined to the users.
Feature Will Only Be For Windows Users
WhatsApp has always been the biggest supporter for Windows phone, and it's even this time that the messaging app is planning to roll out the two-factor authentication feature for the Windows phone users as of now.
No Official Announcement Yet!
WhatsApp officials have not announced about rolling out the feature officially as of now. However, the company might not take too long to introduced the feature for its users.