Meta is testing end-to-end encryption in the company’s Quest VR Messenger application announced in a blog post. With the introduction of this test, the company is launching optional end-to-end encryption of Messenger messages երի VR calls. The test begins as part of a new v40 software update. It is unclear how many people will have access to the test feature or how users will be able to access it.
“Whether you’re telling Mom about your wedding plans, talking about Echo VR strategy with friends, or discussing secret work projects, you can add an extra layer of privacy and security to your personal conversations with our industry-leading technology.” says the company. in a blog post.
Not surprisingly, Meta is end-to-end encryption in VR, especially since it is trying to bring it to all of its services. Whether or not there is an exact timeline for when this will happen was revealed last November Meta is late end-to-end coding in all its services until “when is 2023”?
The test comes with several other features, including a new Mono Audio feature that lets users hear the same sound from both the left and right speakers in their headphones against the default spatial audio effect. Meta also allows users to adjust the balance of left and right audio channels. For example, if you can hear better in your right ear, you can adjust the balance to the left to help balance the sound. You can find the “Mono Audio” և “Audio Balance” options in the “Accessibility” tab of the settings menu.
There is also a new feature of App Unlock, which allows users to install special games, applications with unlock pattern. For example, when an app is locked, you need to enter your template each time you want to unlock it արկել run it. The new feature can be used to ensure that only age-appropriate games are available to children. Prior to this feature, you could only lock the entire headset with regularity. Meta says this feature will be a starting point for parents as it launches parental control tools in the coming months.
V40 users can also make payments with a 3DS-enabled credit card via VR, including the 3DS authorization step. Previously, permission for the 3DS could only be granted on the Oculus mobile app. The new software update also supports Apple Magic Keyboard with digital keyboard, Logitech K375s and Logitech MX keys.