Showing posts with label whatsapp. Show all posts
Showing posts with label whatsapp. Show all posts

WhatsApp two-step verification for all users : Here's How to Enable

WhatsApp is finally rolling out the two-step verification for all its users on Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Here's How to Enable two-step verification on WhatsApp The move comes from WhatsApps as it aims to strengthen the security of its over 1.2 billion users.

WhatsApp to stop working on older phones in 2017

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging app globally. WhatsApp will be ending the support for certain devices and platforms only next year. as it might phase out compatibility with older smartphones.

WhatsApp to continue supporting BlackBerry OS, Nokia platforms till June 2017

WhatsApp will be ending the support for certain devices and platforms only next year. From June 30, 2017, WhatsApp will no longer support BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10, Nokia S40, and Nokia Symbian S60.

WhatsApp video calling launched for all users

 WhatsApp has finally announced the launch of its video calling feature.  The feature has been available for quite some time now for certain beta testers, but today, video calling is being rolled out for WhatsApp’s billion plus users on Android, iOS and Windows Phone platforms.

WhatsApp may soon let you protect your chats with a passcode

 WhatsApp enabled end-to-end encryption for all its users by default, which offers better security and privacy is continuing its attempts to make the app as secure as possible. According to a report by Android Authority, a future update for WhatsApp will bring a passcode lock features.

WhatsApp Video call Feature Spotted in Android Beta Update

WhatsApp has started getting the Video Call option in the latest beta (v2.16.80) that is available through the Google Play Store.

WhatsApp desktop app announced for Mac and windows

WhatsApp Finally announced the launch of its Desktop app. new desktop app is available for Windows 8+ and Mac OS 10.9+ and is synced with WhatsApp on your mobile device. Because the app runs natively on your desktop,  have support for native desktop notifications, better keyboard shortcuts, and more.

WhatsApp for Android updated with built-in camera UI

WhatsApp today rolled out another update for its Android app and this time it is related to the in-app camera UI. The built-in camera UI is getting a new look which is more sleek and clean.

WhatsApp for Android update Allows you to Send & Receive Documents

WhatsApp Messenger for Android has finally received option to share documents. This feature is already rolling out for some stable users with version 2.12.453  It is also available for WhatsApp for Android beta users.

WhatsApp goes completely free ,no subscription charges fees

WhatsApp today announced that will no longer charge subscription fees for using the service. It also said it will not be introducing third-party ads to compensate. Instead, it will start testing tools so that you can use WhatsApp to communicate with businesses and organizations such as banks, to know if your recent transaction was fraudulent, or chat with an airline to ask about a delayed flight.