Cyanogen stops encrypted messaging Whisper Push

Jan

21

2016

Cyanogen stop the encrypted messaging Whisper Push. The system is an option for encrypted messages in the Messages app. Cyanogen refers to unspecified problems as the reason for stopping the service.

Messages until February 1 via Whisper Push send, but then the service will not work, says the company. All devices with versions of CyanogenMod 10.2 to CM12 can be hampered by the decision. Whisper Push is not included in CM13, the CyanogenMod edition based on Android 6.0.

Cyanogen refers to the already existing registration problems “and” problems with various countries’ as reasons for quitting. In addition, the US company refers to the cost of Whisper Push, including the costs for the authentication text messages and servers.

Users who want to chat encrypted, can at Signal rightly says Cyanogen. Signal is Open Whisper Systems, which also made the system behind Whisper Push. Signal is a standalone app, while Whisper Push can work from the Messaging app on the phone. Whisper Push existed for about two years.

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