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WhatsApp is a messaging app created in 2009 and now owned by Facebook. It is available on Android, Windows smartphones, and iPhones, as well as on Mac or Windows devices. With WhatsApp, you can share images, pictures, videos, audio files, and messages with other people. The messenger also allows you to make free voice or video calls over the Internet. To protect users’ data, WhatsApp uses end-to-end encryption.
Usually, when you want to share your photo masterpiece with another person, messengers shamelessly devour quality. In this article, we will tell you how to make sure that WhatsApp does not deplete photo quality.
If you accidentally deleted the WhatsApp app icon or restored your smartphone to the original factory settings and now think that all your chats are gone, don’t get discouraged. There is a chance to save the situation and retrieve everything that seems permanently lost.
Forwarding messages is a pretty handy feature. However, some messages are intended for a specific person, and you don’t want anyone else to see them. Today, we will tell you how to tell how many times you WhatsApp message has been forwarded.
The developers of WhatsApp made concessions to users and added a dark mode and several options for monochromatic wallpapers. Now users can not only save battery life by making the smartphone screen consume less power, but also reduce eyestrain.
Officially, you cannot use two WhatsApp accounts on one smartphone. But there is a way out. Many Android smartphones have a feature called Dual Apps or Dual Mode, which allows you to use two different accounts on one device.
The search icon, which looks like a magnifying glass, will now appear next to the messages that have been forwarded five or more times, and will help users search for the contents of the message on the web to see if the information is accurate.
The Internet is replete with articles and life hacks on how to read someone’s messages. But for some reason, no one writes about how to find out whether a stranger is reading all your messages, so we decided to fix it.