Posts Tagged ‘WhatsApp’

If you’ve been waiting for the WhatsApp Android app to get a dark mode all of its own, wait no more. Or, wait no more if you’re willing to take the beta under your wing.

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Things have gone from bad to worse for WhatsApp users after a new report noted that it’s possible to compromise an iPhone or Android phone just by having someone download a malicious MP4 file via WhatsApp.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to get WhatsApp Web dark mode right now on Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

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WhatsApp is an instant messaging platform that prides itself on encryption and security, but a flaw revealed by researchers during the annual Black Hat conference could potentially allow anyone to fake messages that appear to have come from you.

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According to a new report, iOS 13 will be restricting VoIP apps’ background usage, which includes the likes of WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Here are the details.

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WhatsApp for iPad will be launching soon if a new report is to be believed. Here are the details on this.

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WhatsApp and Facebook are testing a new feature that further leverages the links between the two. The feature, which allows users to share their WhatsApp status on Facebook, Instagram, and more is currently being tested.

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WhatsApp for iPad leaked screenshots confirm IPA download of the app getting a release date soon. Here are the details.

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WhatsApp Business for iOS has started rolling out in different App Stores around the globe. Here’s everything you need to know.

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WhatsApp for iOS has just added Touch ID and Face ID lock support for compatible iPhone and iPad devices. Here are the details.

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Facebook just can’t stay out of the news right now, and this time, it’s in relation to a report last week that claimed the social giant was looking to combine Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram messaging into a single platform. Now, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has confirmed as much.

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Users of Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp will be able to send and receive messages with each other at some point in the future, according to a report.

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