Not too long ago, KakaoTalk was updated for Android and added a new one-on-one secret chat feature that’s not yet available to group chats. Today, that same feature has rolled out to Apple iPhone devices.
The new secret chat feature allows users to chat with each other while keeping their messages encrypted, secure, and free of interception by third parties, a feature that has become more common with many messaging apps lately.
Like the aforementioned Android update, the Secret Chat feature for iOS will only work with one-on-one chats, but could roll out to group chats at some point in the future, likely within the first three months of next year according to KakaoTalk.
The update also includes support for the new resolutions of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus
Of course, this isn’t the only change that’s come to KakaoTalk. The update also includes support for the new resolutions of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, bug fixes, and also the ability for users to decline being re-invited back to group chat rooms.
There’s no word yet on when this will roll out to the newly released KakaoTalk for Windows Phone 8.1.
You can find the new KakaoTalk in iTunes. What do you think of the new chat feature?