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The detailed reactions of WhatsApp for shared photos are ready for beta testers

Now a days reaction are everything and it is a convenient way as well to express your feelings instead of using words. Reactions saves your time, words and can also prevent any misunderstandings in group chat. WhatsApp has come up with reactions this month and they are already making it better.

Just recently we have learned about some improvements for album reactions coming to WhatsApp but we have already saw that it appear in the latest beta build for app. WABetaInfo has reported that there are updated reactions in version 2.22.12.14 on Android. That is a very quick turnaround from in-development feature proving that WhatsApp is working fast and it is serious in competing on reactions. In case if you have missed on the previews this change lets anyone to see specific reactions for every image or video in gallery without having to open the album.

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Proton has unified all of its services, including Proton Mail, under a single roof

Th famous encrypted privacy-focused email service i.e. Proton Mail has been around for years now. Since its launch it has grown exceptionally and it is offering into multiple other services like Proton Calendar and Proton VPN. Now the company is taking them all under one circle with its latest unification efforts which will see all the Proton services like Proton Mail which is brought together under single umbrella.

The CEO of Proton, Andy Yen has shared that Proton Mail will now be merged with all the other Proton ventures on a new website i.e. proton.me which will be the centralized hub. Users will have now a single account for all of the Proton services which include Proton Mail, Proton VPN and Proton Drive. It is basically a rebrand that won’t change much for you as an end user. However it is an important step to take as Proton has introduced more privacy-focused services.

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Google Assistant is all set to keep your accounts safe with Password Checkup on Android

Password management may sounds like a very hectic job bit it is very vital for making sure that you are keeping your online accounts safe and secure. For speeding things up Google has built password tracking into Chrome, automatically alerting the users when one of their password has been breached. Google brought this feature to Android through Assistant few weeks ago.
Password Checkup for Android is now listed among Google’s updates to System Services for May. According to patch notes you will require to run Play Services v22.18 which was released on May 23 to access this tool. Google has described it as a way for the users to check their saved credentials for security vulnerabilities and it provides list of actions to enhance online hygiene.
If you have visited a detected breached password, Assistant will prompt you to auto-change your credentials to something which is more secure. It is a very useful tool when it works.