The Secure Messages app has been updated with a new feature that can automatically blacken faces. The feature was added when the response to peaceful protests was not always peaceful …
The property was discovered by TNW.
Thousands of people are protesting against police brutality and supporting the cause of life. If you are part of a protest, you can post your picture on social media or send it to your friends, it is not safe at all, because it helps to find people there and put them at risk.
While it’s important to share these moments, it’s important to use tools that can prevent the authorities from letting people see those photos. So Private Messenger Signal has introduced a new tool in its app that automatically sticks the look of people in your photos and you can use these images anywhere.
The feature uses face detection to automatically vibrate faces, but it also has a communication tool to handle it.
Although the tool’s primary purpose is to send anonymous photos to the chat app, it saves unauthorized photos on your camera roll so you can use the photo elsewhere on social media.
To use it, enter any chat, tap the camera icon, select a photo և then click the obscure icon.
You will then see a change in the obscure looks. You can also use your finger to manually rotate other elements in the photo.
You may want to remove photos and locations and other metadata before sharing. We mentioned how to do this in one of our manuals
- Open the Photos app on your iPhone or iPad
- Select the photos (s) or videos you want to share
- Click Sharing button (Square to arrow, bottom left corner of iPhone, top right corner of iPad)
- Click on it Options:
- Click To pass Location: Tap to turn it off Done (Upper right corner)
- Choose how you want to share and send your photos / s / videos
One for “All Photo Data” converted under installation.
Earlier this week, peaceful protesters near the White House were hit by gas and rubber bullets.
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. That president can go to St. John’s Episcopal Church for photographic resistance.
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