WhatsApp was in the limelight for the wrong reasons quite a few times. Now a report from Vice says that WhatsApp group invites are not entirely private and anyone can gain access to the same.
WhatsApp’s Dark Mode for iOS finally seems to be closer to release. WABetaInfo has detailed the new Dark Mode features arriving on iOS 22.214.171.124. The Dark Mode has now rolled out to beta users on TestFlight and it is only a matter of time before it ends up in production builds.
WhatsApp is arguably the most popular messaging app. The Facebook-owned company has now hit a new milestone of more than 2 billion users across the world. WhatsApp is used for communications in many countries and its popularity only keeps on increasing.
A few weeks after rolling out Dark mode in the beta version of Android, WhatsApp has rolled out the feature for the iOS app as well.
After reports of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ iPhone getting hacked via a WhatsApp message, Facebook vice president claimed that it might an iPhone problem rather than a WhatsApp issue.
Facebook has decided not to sell ads inside WhatsApp. The company has disbanded the team working on this feature in recent months and deleted all their work from WhatsApp’s code.
Come February and WhatsApp will drop support for iPhones that are still running iOS 8 or an older version of the OS.
WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps. The messaging service boasts of end-to-end encrypted chat and groups that could include as many as 256 participants. A new bug has come to light. This bug is capable of crashing the app entirely and letting hackers cause mayhem.
A new WhatsApp update for iPhone arrives with a bunch of useful features. The 2.19.120 update offers Call Waiting support which lets you take/reject WhatsApp call while you are already on one call. Furthermore, the update also packs in a new feature for Braile keyboard users and a revamped chat screen.
WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging services. The Facebook-owned company introduced a new privacy setting that will let you decide who should add you to groups.