Technology giants like Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, etc., always recommended their users to enable two-step verification for additional security to their account. Recently, Whatsapp, the most popular instant messaging app, also introduced two-step verification for their users.
These days video calling is one of the most favorite choice of communication for everyone. As WhatsApp is the most popular instant messaging application, it’s easily possible to find it in every smartphone. But, due to the unavailability of video calling feature in WhatsApp, most of its users get disappointed.
Nowadays most of the people use dual SIM smartphones and keep two SIM cards in the phone. For WhatsApp users there is a problem that WhatsApp strictly allows to use only one account on single mobile phone.
I’ve been using WhatsApp for almost 2 years and for a few months noticing some kind of magic images or such pictures that change their thumbnail preview on the touch.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp recently increased the users limit of WhatsApp groups to 256 whereas previously it was limited to only 100 people.
You would know that files bigger than 16 MB are not allowed to be sent via WhatsApp. So, it should be impossible to send movies and heavy files up to 1 GB via WhatsApp. Right? Actually, NO as it’s 100% possible to send out movies and heavy files even up to 1 GB via WhatsApp […]
WhatsApp is the most common and popular mobile messaging platform. It’s very easy to send messages, photos and even videos on WhatsApp but what if you’re blocked! Many times users keep sending the messages without knowing the fact that the related friend is blocked them on WhatsApp.
You can very easily email and print your WhatsApp chat conversation without using any external app or computer software. Here, in this article I will tell you complete steps to email and print out your WhatsApp chat history.