Critics are slamming the new iMessage-like feature coming soon to all Android phones for not being secure

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Critics are slamming the new iMessage-like feature coming soon to all Android phones for not being secure

A new feature called "Chat" is coming soon to all Android phones, but from a security standpoint, it's hardly an upgrade from SMS — and it's nowhere as secure as Apple's iMessage or WhatsApp.

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