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Showing posts with label Whatsapp. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Whatsapp. Show all posts

Friday, January 17, 2020

Facebook's Plan to Put Ads on WhatsApp Status Has Been Cancelled

It was reported once reported that beginning from this year 2020, WhatsApp will start displaying Ads through your status update timeline. However, something has changed. The group has been dissolved.

WhatsApp Status Ads

According to what Wall Street Journal is reporting, the team that had been working on building ads into WhatsApp was disbanded in recent months, with their work subsequently “deleted from WhatsApp’s code.”

Though Facebook still ultimately aims to integrate ads into WhatsApp’s Status feature, for now, the app will remain ad-free. The company’s desire to monetize WhatsApp, which it acquired for $22 billion in 2014 with billions of users onboard the app.

Initially, Facebook plans were to tailor recommended ads on your WhatsApp stories suitable for your viewers, but since the team behind it has been disbanded, then don’t expect to have ads on your status anytime soon.

WhatsApp Status feature which was introduced earlier in 2017 allows users to share photos, videos, and GIFs as your status(i.e. stories) which will auto-destruct in 24 hours. It also allows you to share your Status as Facebook stories as well.

Thursday, December 26, 2019

WhatsApp Update: WhatsApp Dark Mode Now Ready For Some Selected Users

The long awaited feature on WhatsApp, "Dark mode feature", is finally ready for release, according to users who have already tested it.

Also, we are expecting “Low Data Mode” feature and the introduction of Haptic Touch support for iOS devices to be rolled out in the coming weeks.

The Facebook-owned messaging app has been teasing the dark mode for months, though it’s yet to announce a release date or even officially comment on it.

Tipster WaBetaInfo, which follows developments with the beta version of the app, revealed that the dark theme update is ready for the Android version of WhatsApp.

WhatsApp Dark mode feature

The iOS dark theme is also nearly set for release, though it still needs a few minor tweaks before it rolls out on iPhones and iPads.

“It’s something that WhatsApp can fix in 15 minutes,” the site explained. “The real problem is that we don’t know when they will do.”

The update is designed to reduce screen glare by replacing the light-colored background and message bubbles with darker colors.

Dark mode makes it easier to few messages in low light conditions, while also preventing the app from draining as much battery.

Many other popular apps already include the feature, including the Facebook-owned Messenger app.

Some WhatsApp users have already figured out a way to unlock the highly anticipated feature by exploiting a bug within the Android app.

The method was widely shared across social media in early December, which involves sending a YouTube link to a contact within the app.

It currently only works for users running the beta version of the app on a phone with Android 10 installed.

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

These Five Amazing Features From WhatsApp Will Make Your Festive Period a Memorable One

WhatsApp Amazing features

WhatsApp which is kne of the most popular chatting apps want to make your celebration and holiday meaningful. WhatsApp management has given 5 awesome tips to make this festivity memorable for you using the popular chat messenger. So if you are a user and lover of WhatsApp, here are the five tips for using the chat app this Christmas period;

1. Show Everyone That You Have That Festive Feeling
If you just can’t contain that festive feeling and you want to let everyone know you’ve embraced Santa, why not update your status – You can create your own, bespoke ‘About’ status to share the festive cheer with all your contacts.

To do so, go to Settings > [Tap your name] > About > Status > Edit, type your update and share with the world your current Christmas status.

2. Send a Festive Voice Note
Sometimes a text message just won’t cut it when you want to share some festive love. The WhatsApp Voice Notes is perfect for sharing a Christmas carol or channelling your inner Mariah Carey on Christmas Day.

Just hold down the microphone icon and swipe up, (this locks the voice note function to ‘record’), record your message and press send!

3. Update Your ‘About’ Status Before You Get On The Road
To let your WhatsApp contacts know what you’re doing at any particular moment, you can set your ‘About’ status before you get in your car, to tell your contacts that you’re ‘Driving Home for Christmas’. You can also use the feature to tell people you’re on holiday, at the gym, or sleeping.

To do so, go to Settings > [Tap your name] > About > Status, and select a pre-existing option, or, to personalize it, click Edit, select any of the pre-existing options, and share with the world what you’re currently up to.

4. Connect In An Instant, No Matter the Distance
Due to WhatsApp being able to operate on even the lowest of bandwidths, this Christmas use WhatsApp Video or Voice Calling to connect with loved ones, no matter where they are in the world. Using your normal airtime this period is a complete waste of money, video call and Voice call will do the magic in an instant on Christmas Day.

5. Share Your Live Location Before You Set Off
Share your Live Location on WhatsApp with your friends, family or groups before you set off. You can share your location for 15 minutes, one hour, or up to 8 hours, so there’s no need to message at the wheel, even if you’re driving from Land’s End to Lekki gate! Your friends and family can track your movements in real-time, meaning there’s no excuse for giving you a cold Christmas Dinner because you got stuck in traffic.

To share your Live Location, open the conversation of the person or group you want to share your location with, click the ‘+’ button next to the text input section (for an iPhone) or the ‘paperclip’ (for an Android) > Location > Share Live Location > [Select the length of time you want to share your location for] > Send.

To stop sharing your location once you’ve reached your destination, click ‘Stop Sharing’.

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Upgrade Your WhatsApp Now or Allow This Bad Thing to Happen to Your Account

WhatsApp update

If you have WhatsApp installed on your smartphone and you belong to a group, it is time to update your app otherwise this might happen.

Security research group Check Point Research today announced the existence of another WhatsApp security flaws, having recently uncovered a defect through which a single malicious user could crash the apps of all members of a group chat.

After joining a group chat, a user could edit specific message parameters using the
WhatsApp web interface and a browser debugging tool. Then they could create an “unstoppable crash-loop for all group chat members” which could only be fixed by uninstalling and reinstalling the app.

In other word, If a hacker takes advantage of this flaw, it will not only be your WhatsApp that will be affected, but also your friends’.

To exploit this flaw, a specific message is sent to one of your groups. And as soon as this happens, all members’ WhatsApp will stop working until they install it again. Also, it will not be possible to return to the group, until it is permanently deleted, the application will continue to block it constantly.

This follows another WhatsApp vulnerability discovered by Check Point last year. The
FakesApp vulnerability, as it is known, allowed people to manipulate messages in group chats to make it appear as if other users had said things they had not.

This worked by manipulating the parameters used by the WhatsApp web interface to fake the apparent sender of a message.

Though Check point alerted WhatsApp and a patch was rolled out in September… kindly confirm that you have the latest update of the app installed on your device so that you won’t be a victim.

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

These Three New Amazing Features Will Soon Be Available On WhatsApp – Check Them Out

WhatsApp latest updates

The Facebook-owned app is the most popular messaging service in the world and treats its users to a steady stream of updates. But there are a trio of new functions which are likely to prove very popular.

WhatsApp Reminders
The first is a clever ‘reminders’ feature which lets you ask it to give you a little prod at important moments.

Last week Any.do – the popular reminders app with over 10 million downloads on Android alone – announced it was partnering with WhatsApp to allow users to create and receive reminders within the chatting client.

Unfortunately, this feature isn’t free. You’ll need to have a premium account that costs $5.99 per month (Any.do charges in dollars no matter what your region).

It wrote: ‘So many conversations, so little time to follow up. WhatsApp is one of the most popular tools to stay in touch with your friends, colleagues and family on the daily. Often times, these conversations include items which require further attention.

However, with no designated place to collect all action items from your conversations, it can be hard to keep track! ‘Introducing Any.do’s WhatsApp Reminders Premium integration (available for Premium users only).

A fast and easy way to create tasks & reminders straight from your ongoing conversations! Easily create tasks and get reminders in WhatsApp on any supported device. ‘Create a task by sending a direct message to Any.do or forward a message to Any.do from any of your contacts.

Be reminded as soon as tasks are due, straight through WhatsApp. It’s easy, simple and effective.’ And that’s not all.

WhatsApp Call Waiting
WhatsApp has also introduced a ‘call waiting’ feature which allows you to put people on hold whilst you answer another call.

WhatsApp Group Chat Invites
It also introduced a new privacy upgrade which will stop you being pulled into group chats you don’t want to be a part of and control who can send you invitations.

Open up settings and scroll to ‘account’, followed by ‘privacy’ and then ‘groups’. You will be able to choose who’s allowed to add you to groups, with three options available.

* Everyone
* My contacts
* My contacts except…

Selecting ‘Everyone’ and you’re wide open whilst choosing ‘My contacts’ means only friends will be able to add you.

The early version of the update allowed you to also choose ‘nobody’, which locked your account down entirely.

This has now been replaced by ‘My Contacts Except’, which will let you allow only certain contacts to add you to a group.

Monday, December 9, 2019

WhatsApp to Stop Working On Millions of Smartphones Starting From Dec 31st

WhatsApp has announced it will soon stop working on millions of smartphones around the world as they reach the end of their supported lifespan.

That means users on a variety of older handsets will no longer have access to the messaging app beginning from a specific date. Facebook-owned WhatsApp has confirmed via its support page that it will stop supporting these devices on December 31, 2019.

The company says that any phone running the Windows Mobile operating system will not be supported after this date. However, that’s not all.

WhatsApp to stop working on smartphones

Any iPhone running software older than iOS 7 will no longer be supported and neither will any Android device with version 2.3.7 installed.

The iOS and Android blocks won’t happen this month but will take place on February 1, 2020.

According to WhatsApp, anyone using these older phones can no longer create new accounts or re-verify existing accounts.

‘Because we no longer actively develop for these operating systems, some features might stop functioning at any time,’ the company said in a blog post announcing the cut-off dates.

WhatsApp regularly stops support for older devices, forcing users to upgrade their devices if they want to continue using the app.

This is more like a routine checkup for WhatsApp to stripe older devices off its glory. You’ll recall fully well that Blackberry OS and BB10 were off the WhatsApp radar Dec 31, 2018. Same thing with the Nokia Symbian phones.

This was a tough decision for us to make, but the right one in order to give people better ways to keep in touch with friends, family, and loved ones using WhatsApp.

‘If you use one of these affected mobile devices, we recommend upgrading to a newer Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone to continue using WhatsApp.'


Tuesday, November 26, 2019

WhatsApp Latest Update - Group Auto Delete Messages to Be Available Soon For All WhatsApp Users Worldwide

The instant chat messenger WhatsApp is always updated with new features just as expected, most especially if you are a beta user. Here is the latest update in development and is expected to roll out within a short period of time.
A few weeks back, “ Disappearing Messages ” was tipped to be under development, and now it has been renamed to “Delete Messages”.

Delete Messages
Any messages you set to be deleted after a while will be automatically deleted from the chat! A message is eligible to be deleted when the chat is marked as “deleted”. All messages will be automatically removed after a certain interval if marked as deleted.

WhatsApp group message automatically delete feature

This option will be available to Groups and can be accessed from group info with options to set when you want your message to disappear.

Once you TAP on the disappearing message, you’ll be presented with the option to set when you want your chat to disappear, either 1 hour, 1 day, 1 week, 1 year or completely turn it off.

Once you set it to your desired intervals, your chat will automatically be deleted without any form of traces from the chat history.
The feature is expected to roll out in the coming updates.

Saturday, November 2, 2019

WhatsApp Update - WhatsApp Fingerprint Lock Feature Now Available to all Android Users to Use

WhatsApp Fingerprint Lock feature

This WhatsApp Fingerprint lock feature was earlier announced in January 2019, rolled out to iPhone users in February in order to provide extra securities, rolled out to Android beta testers in August. And now it is rolling out globally to all Android users.

Users can now require FingerPrint ID authentication to unlock their WhatsApp application. Once the FingerPrint Authentication is turned on, the widget content will be hidden by default. But users can still answer WhatsApp calls and reply to messages from notifications since the authentication of the fingerprint is only required when the user wants to open the app and access it.

How to Access FingerPrint iD for WhatsApp on Android
* Open WhatsApp Settings (can be accessed by clicking the three dots present on top right corner) > Account > Privacy.

* You will find a new option called ‘Fingerprint lock’ under ‘Privacy’.

* Turn on ‘Unlock with fingerprint’ option to enable the feature.

* Confirm the selection by touching the fingerprint sensor.

There are three options available for users to authenticate their identity; visible under ‘Automatically lock and includes options like ‘ Immediately’, ‘After 1 minute’ and ‘After 30 minutes’.

If you are a normal WhatsApp user, update your app now to the latest and the feature will be live for you.



Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Whatsapp Update - You Can Now Control Who Can Add You to Groups On WhatsApp

Whatsapp add to group feature

It was reported earlier that Group Privacy setting that makes you choose who can invite you to a group or not was in works, now it is rolling out to all beta testers.

The new Group Privacy settings option allows you to blacklist certain contacts from inviting you to groups while still allowing group invites from trusted sources.

The Group Privacy Blacklist function replaces a previous option which prevented all users from automatically inviting you to groups with a new setting named “My contacts except…”.

In cases where group invites are blocked, users will be prompted to send you a private invitation through the individual chat, giving you the chance to join the group.

Go to settings>> Account>>Privacy>>Groups and choose or prevent users from automatically adding you to groups without your permission.

The feature is now available for both Android and iOS WhatsApp beta testers. Update your WhatsApp messenger and the feature will be live.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Start Deleting Your WhatsApp Messenger Now or Never



Some months ago (early August 2019) to be precise, the developers of the most used third party WhatsApp “GBWhatsApp”
discontinued the development of the chat messenger due to incessant treat from WhatsApp team.

GBWhatsApp developers have completely stopped the development of GBWhatsApp, so if you are getting any update from the app, it means other developers are editing the app and releasing the mod which is in no way connected to GBWhatsApp team mod.

GBWhatsApp team has further issued an update, advising all WhatsApp users and GBWhatsApp users to ditch the chat app and switch over to telegram.

Looking at WhatsApp and Telegram, the later offer more functionality and customization than the former. Most of the anticipated features of WhatsApp are already available on Telegram, but WhatsApp messenger have more installs than Telegram messenger.

According to GBMod, here are the reasons why you should ditch WhatsApp and Switch to Telegram

Let’s talk a bit about Facebook Inc
– A company that fights developers who try to improve their applications (WhatsApp & Instagram) by adding new cool features that user need & like it.

– A company that sells its user’s data to governments and other third party companies with no respect of their customers’ privacy.

– A company that doesn’t care about protecting their customer’s data from hackers & security breaches that became a normal thing on the news every month.

– A company that treats you like a product, nothing more.

If you’re already on Telegram, you probably know how much Telegram is way better than WhatsApp in terms of features, security, privacy & development (app updates).

So many people installed telegram messenger, but they don’t use it probably because they are already use to the simplicity of WhatsApp. The question is, will you leave WhatsApp for Telegram?

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

WhatsApp Update: Group Privacy Blacklist Feature Coming Soon, Read To Know More

WhatsApp Group Blacklist Privacy

This is another most anticipated features expected from WhatsApp chat messenger, and now it is in development.

According to the latest report , WhatsApp is currently working on a new feature called Group Blacklist. With the new feature still in works, users could choose who can add him/her to groups.

This option allows you to blacklist certain contacts from inviting you to groups while still allowing group invites from trusted sources.

The Group Privacy Blacklist function replaces a previous option which prevented all users from automatically inviting you to groups with a new setting named “My contacts except.”

In cases where group invites are blocked, users will be prompted to send you a private invitation through the individual chat, giving you the chance to join the group.

Although, the feature is currently being rolled out to some beta users on Android and iOS, no official date yet for when it will be fully rolled out to all WhatsApp users.

Earlier in March, WhatsApp announced in a
blogpost to roll out new Group Privacy Settings. It was rolled out partially to some regions but not all region.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

WhatsApp With Dark Mode Feature Is to Be Released Soon, See Full Details

The much anticipated dark mode for WhatsApp is about to be unveiled according to the latest report from WAbetainfo.

The latest beta version of the app (version 2.19.282) includes information regarding the platform’s upcoming “Dark Theme” feature.

Once implemented, this feature will be accessible through a new section under WhatsApp’s Settings menu titled Theme Settings.

From within the Theme Settings menu, WhatsApp users will be able to choose between three options: Light Theme, Dark Theme, and System Default. as you can see in the image below.

WhatsApp Dark mode Release Date

The Light Theme is the standard WhatsApp colour scheme currently used in the application, while the Dark Theme adopts blue and black night colors instead.

When System Default is selected, WhatsApp will automatically detect which theme is used by your Android operating system and set the same theme within the application.

Dark theme option is currently being worked on and no particular time frame of when it will be completed and rolled out. Dark mode is one of the anticipated major update WhatsApp users across the globe are waiting for.

Sunday, August 18, 2019

WhatsApp Introduced Fingerprint Unlock Feature for Android Users



Few days back, ios users welcomed fingerprint unlock on their WhatsApp messaging app, luckily, this feature is now available to Android users on the latest version of the beta.

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The update is available for Android users who have WhatsApp beta v2.19.221 installed running Android M and above with a device that supports Fingerprint ID authentication.

Once the Fingerprint Authentication is turned on, the widget content will be hidden by default. But users can still answer WhatsApp calls and reply to messages from notifications since the authentication of the fingerprint is only required when the user wants to open the app and access it.

How to Access Fingerprint ID for WhatsApp on Android
1. Open WhatsApp Settings ( can be accessed by clicking the three dots present on top right corner ) > Account > Privacy.
2. You will find a new option called ‘ Fingerprint lock’ under ‘ Privacy ’.
3. Turn on ‘ Unlock with fingerprint ’ option to enable the feature.
4. Confirm the selection by touching the fingerprint sensor.
5. WhatsApp Gets Fingerprint Authentication Feature

There are three options available for users to authenticate their identity; visible under ‘Automatically lock and includes options like ‘ Immediately’, ‘ After 1 minute’ and ‘ After 30 minutes ’.

The Fingerprint ID authentication feature is gradually rolling out to WhatsApp beta testers on Android and will arrive shortly to all.

Friday, July 26, 2019

Checkout India's Biggest Fear About WhatsApp

Indian authorities are concerned that WhatsApp's payment service might share user data with group companies Facebook and Instagram , compromising the security, privacy and non-commercial information of its subscribers.



The government has asked the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to look into the matter and ensure that user data collected through payment services such as WhatsApp and Google Pay is not shared, top officials said. NPCI is the agency that operates retail payment and settlement systems in India.

WhatsApp's proposed payment service is based on Unified Payments Interface (UPI), a system that enables real-time transfer of funds between bank accounts. "WhatsApp so far has said that Facebook and its non-WhatsApp subsidiaries do not use WhatsApp UPI transaction data for any commercial purposes," one official said.

However, WhatsApp's cloud service provider is Facebook, its parent company, the official said, adding that when the country is debating the Personal Data Protection Bill, it was important that even "non-commercial information" or information about a user collected on the WhatsApp payment platform must not be shared with Facebook or its other subsidiaries.

The popular chat app plans to roll out its payment service in India by the year end, said Will Cathcart, WhatsApp's new global head who is currently on his maiden visit to the country.

He is meeting officials in the Prime Minister's Office and telecom and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad this week, where the privacy concerns are being raised, the officials said.

WhatsApp said in October it had developed a system to store payment-related data in India to comply with policy. While the Reserve Bank of India and NPCI have mandated local storage of commercial data, India is also looking to protect and secure personal data through the PDP Bill, which will shortly be introduced in Parliament.

Data on the use of the payment service for online purchases may automatically go to Facebook and even Instagram without the user knowing about it, another official said. If the two companies keep using the data collected by WhatsApp payment, that is a violation of the individual's privacy and must not be allowed, the official said.

India is WhatsApp's largest market, with estimates of users ranging from 200 million to 400 million. Its payment service would pit it against Paytm, PhonePe and Google Pay in a market that grew 51% to 31.34 billion digital transactions in FY19 and is expected to touch 40 billion by FY20 end.

Company officials said WhatsApp expects its user base to surge after starting the payment service.

"WhatsApp is already ubiquitous in India and payments will just be a default option on the app, unlike other apps which people will have to download separately," they said.

"We built payments based on the UPI standard, partnered with banks here in India... We believe that if we did this right, it will accelerate financial inclusion and bring more people in India's fast-growing digital economy," Cathcart said on Thursday.

However, he did not clarify whether the company had received the go-ahead from the regulator and policymakers to start the service.

WhatsApp officials told ET on condition of anonymity that the social media platform had asked its support partners to be on 'high alert' for the past one month, indicating an "anytime launch."

In a response to ET's queries, WhatsApp said there is no timeline that can be shared and that an audit is under way. The messaging app needs a third-party auditor to validate that all its data involving payments will be stored only on Indian servers.

WhatsApp began testing the payment service in India more than a year ago and has since been awaiting regulatory approvals. Its payment service blueprint in India has been caught in a bind over concerns related to authentication and data storage practices. In the past, local rivals have alleged that WhatsApp's payment platform has security risks for consumers and is not in compliance with the guidelines.

Thursday, July 25, 2019

WhatsApp Repeats Commitment To User Privacy



WhatsApp is committed to let people in India have private conversations because they share their most personal needs and moments on the platform, said Will Cathcart , global head of the messaging giant.

WhatsApp has tied up with the Indian School of Public Policy in an endeavour to help future policymakers understand that designing products with privacy as a core tenet helps deliver the fundamental right to privacy that people should have in today's digital world, Cathcart said in Mumbai on Wednesday.

The messaging service is an advocate of privacy and has told the Indian government that its end-to-end encryption doesn't allow it to trace the origins of messages. WhatsApp has been under pressure by the Indian government to find a way to track the flow of messages on the platform to halt the spread of fake news.

The partnership with ISPP will bring a series of privacy design workshops co-hosted by Facebook-founded Trust, Transparency and Control Labs (TTC Labs) to future policymakers in India. The workshops will kick off on Sept 17 and they will explore the importance and practice of privacy-centric design to help technology make a positive impact on society.

Cathcart announced the partnership during a discussion with Indian startups and entrepreneurs on how designing products with privacy as a key principle is critical for building successful consumer and business products.

ET reported in its edition dated July 23 that Cathcart is expected to apprise officials of the Reserve Bank of India and the National Payments Corporation of India on steps taken by WhatsApp to meet data localisation norms for its planned payment service.

Cathcart will meet Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant on Thursday at an event organised by WhatsApp on the need for digital inclusion and its business application.

"Facebook founded TTC Labs to drive innovation in people-centred approaches to privacy and data. Companies, governments and academic institutions around the world are seeing the value of applying innovative design-led approaches to pressing policy challenges," said Dan Hayden, lead at TTC Labs. "We're delighted to partner with Indian School of Public Policy and support their work to train the next generation of innovative policy leaders."

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

WhatsApp Unveils Privacy Education Partnership In India



The company will organise privacy design workshops starting September 17.

In a bid to provide secure conversations on its platform, Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Wednesday announced a partnership with the Indian School of Public Policy (ISPP) in New Delhi to bring a series of privacy design workshops to its students.

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Will Cathcart, Global Head of WhatsApp , was in Mumbai to announce this partnership during a discussion with Indian startups and entrepreneurs.

During the session, Cathcart discussed how designing products with privacy as a key principle is critical for building successful consumer and business products.

"WhatsApp was built to help people stay in touch with friends and family as well as connect with businesses. Because people share some of their most personal needs and moments on WhatsApp, we're committed to helping people in India have private conversations with others that matter to them," said Cathcart.

"We believe our partnership with Indian School of Public Policy will help future policy makers understand that designing products with privacy as a core tenet helps deliver the fundamental right to privacy people should have in today's digital world."

Co-hosted by the Trust, Transparency and Control Labs (TTC Labs), the workshops will kick off on September 17 to explore the importance and practice of privacy-centric design to help technology make a positive impact on society.

Facebook founded TTC Labs to drive innovation in people-centered approaches to privacy and data.

"We're delighted to partner with Indian School of Public Policy and support their work to train the next generation of innovative policy leaders," said Dan Hayden, TTC Labs Lead.

Monday, July 8, 2019

How To Access Someone's Whatsapp Messages On Your Phone Without Collecting His Phone

In this post, I will be showing you How To Spy on Someone's WhatsApp Chat Using an app called "Clone WhatsWeb ".

Clone WhatsWeb is an Android app that allows you spy on someone's whatsApp chat through your phone.

On the other hands;

If you want to closely monitor your child/ward's activities on WhatsApp, to keep tabs of your cheating spouse, or to investigate anyone at all on WhatsApp, through your own phone.

I will show you how to use 'Clone WhatsWeb app' to spy and monitor people's activities.

Note : For Educational Purpose Only .

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FEATURES OF CLONE WHATSWEB ;
Just as the name implies, WhatsApp Clone is a hacked version of the original WhatsApp application but it makes use of the QR code to connect any WhatsApp account. This is similar to what the original WhatsApp web does. Once the QR code of a WhatsApp account is scanned, it will automatically authenticate and connect.

Then you'll start receiving messages from that account in your phone, while the person will also be receiving messages and chatting normally without knowing.

Clone WhatsWeb allows you run two WhatsApp on one device.

INITIATING / GETTING STARTED ;
You'll need these:
» Clone WhatsWeb App installed on your Android Phone
» Access to your victim's WhatsApp account
» Internet connection on both devices.

HOW TO SPY ON SOMEONE WHATSAPP VIA CLONE WHATSWEB:
» Firstly Download CLONE WhatsWeb HERE , And Install.

» You can enter a new password to secure your WhatsApp clone, go ahead and launch the app and you’ll see a QR code.

» Then open the victims phone>from the chat screen>Navigate to menu> WhatsApp web.

» Lastly, scan the QR code to the victims WhatsApp Web.



» Once the code has been scanned, all his/her messages will be loaded on your own device automatically. You can now start monitoring and reading your victims messages.

DISADVANTAGE
» You need to have access to your victim's WhatsApp Account to scan the QR code to activate it.

Friday, May 31, 2019

How To Chat With All Network Providers Customer Care On Whatsapp - 9mobile, MTN, Airtel Launches WhatsApp Customer Care Lines



Mtn, 9mobile and Airtel has now made a WhatsApp customer care service available.

Remember, 9mobile recently launched free WhatsApp To it's users few weeks back.

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This comes with advantages such as " Saving time " All you need is your data to get across to them.

Let's take them bit by bit, feel free to write them down or bookmark this page; so you can always refer to it.

MTN Nigeria WhatsApp Customer Care Numbers

To get across to mtn at any given time, simply save any of the below number and chat it up on WhatsApp.

> 09033000001
> 09033000002
> 09033000003
> 09033000004
> 09033000005


AIRTEL WhatsApp Customer Care Numbers

Airtel users can chat up any of the below number and get their issues resolved.

> 07010000116
> 07010000117
> 07010000118
> 07010000119
> 07012631111


9mobile WhatsApp Customer Care Number

9mobile recently released its WhatsApp customer care service and therefore; they've provided just one number for now, we should hopefully wait for more later.

On Unleashing, 9mobile said:

" In today’s world of evolving technology, we have decided to keep up with the changing times by bringing our services closer to our numerous subscribers. With the new initiative, subscribers are assured of seamless service, immediate response and timely resolution of their queries."

However, you can chat them up via the below number.

> 09092000192

Simply copy or write down the provided WhatsApp customer care numbers and get your issues resolved quickly.

Friday, March 15, 2019

Whatsapp Set To Ban Accounts Operated With Third-Party Whatsapp Apps



The instant messaging giant - WhatsApp has commenced banning of accounts opened and operated with third-party apps like (GBwhatsapp, Yowhatsap etc) this action according to the WhatsApp management is to curb the security threats posed by those third-party apps as they cannot validate the security of the accounts operated with those apps, So if you are making use of any third party WhatsApp app you are advised to switch over to the official else you will be temporarily banned from using WhatsApp.

Here is whatsapp message quoted below;

WhatsApp cares deeply about the safety of our users. To protect the privacy and security of their account, we strongly recommend users only download WhatsApp from official app stores or from our website. We are continuing to step up our enforcement against impostor WhatsApp services to help curb abuse and keep WhatsApp users safe.

The ban action by WhatsApp on those accounts is said to be temporal as users can lift the ban by simply installing the official WhatsApp app, register with their mobile number and continue their chatting journey, they are also advised to make a switch over before time to avoid losing their chat history, to do that they should back up their chats on the unofficial WhatsApp app, rename the unofficial WhatsApp folders to “WhatsApp” instead of the third-party apps name, then, uninstall the apps, download the official WhatsApp app and retrieve the back up while signing up.

Friday, January 25, 2019

Whatsapp To Enable Speech-to-text Feature - Send WhatsApp Messages Without Typing

Whatsapp is here as usual with another amazing updates. The WhatsApp’s latest update is perfect for those too lazy to type lengthy messages.



The new feature is known as Speech-to-text, which allows you communicate into your mobile's microphone – then translates it into text.

The feature already exists on virtual assistants like Apple's Siri or Google Assistant, what's new is that WhatsApp will introduce a new mic icon on the keyboard for easy accessibility.

The upgrade will be a godsend to those on the move when it can be tricky to physically tap out conversations.

Typing is usually slower when there is a lot of information to convey. And this explains which why the WhatsApp voice message option is so popular.

However, many dislike receiving voice messages, as they can be inconvenient to listen to. So WhatsApp has now helpfully provided a speech-to-text feature to transform speech into text.
WhatsApp Dictation is available on both iPhone and Android.

How to Use WhatsApp Speech-to-text

1. Firstly, open your WhatsApp

2. Open a chat with the contact you want to speak to

3. Open up the chat keyboard, where you'd normally type messages

4. Look for a microphone icon (not the one next to the chat bar): on Android, it's black and in the top right, and on iPhone, it's in the very bottom right of the screen

If you want a comma and a question mark, simply say "comma" or "question mark" out loud. It's the same story for adding "full stop".

Once you've finished your message, check it over and then hit send.
When you're speaking into the microphone, remember to talk clearly and enunciate words – as turning speech into text is very tricky for apps.

It's also best to dictate your message in a quiet place, to give your microphone the best chance of picking up your words.

You can always edit your dictated message before you send it anyway, to correct any typos that may appear. Please don't forget to share this post.
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