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Re: Facebook Messenger Promises Speedy Delivery of 4K Pics
Posted by: John P. Mello Jr. 2017-11-22 09:48:31
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Facebook on Tuesday raised the ante for messaging apps photo quality with the announcement of 4K support for Messenger. Starting Tuesday, "people can send and receive photos in Messenger at 4K resolution -- or up to 4,096 x 4,096 pixels per image -- the highest quality many smartphones support," wrote Facebook Messenger product managers Sean Kelly and Hagen Green. Although the need for speed in a messaging app and the size of 4K photo files would seem to be at odds with each other, that apparently is not the case with the Messenger upgrade.

Re: Facebook Messenger Promises Speedy Delivery of 4K Pics
Posted by: mconfide 2017-11-22 09:59:38 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
one app that secures your messages on facebook messenger and WhatsApp and prevents misuse of messages is mConfide.
Allows you to encrypt your message before sending. This means there is "no record of content".
-Messages self destruct in 7 seconds ensuring that "no electronic history" is maintained.
-Messages are read in neutral screen where no sender information is displayed. this ensures there is "no traceability" to user.
- Can be used to send messages across platforms such as whatsapp,facebook, skype, email, etc.
- No need for recipient to have mConfide installed.
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