Many new loopholes have been discovered which makes it easier for stalkers to track anyone’s WhatsApp usage, without the user’s consent. It keeps a track of when a user is online on WhatsApp, when he/she goes offline, and for how many hours they use the service.
WhatsApp is rolling out a new update for the iPhone, which brings in a bunch of new features, including improvements to disappearing messages and media previews.
WhatsApp god seems to have finally answered our prayers. WhatsApp is arguably one of the most popular messaging platforms and has evolved a great deal in the recent past. One of WhatsApp’s biggest drawbacks is that it doesn’t allow users to transfer data from iOS to Android. Finally, WhatsApp could be developing a feature that offers cross-platform data migration.
WhatsApp Testing New WhatsApp Web for iPhone, Ability to Play Audio Message at Different Playback Speed
A new beta update submitted to Apple’s TestFlight program suggests that WhatsApp is testing a new version of WhatsApp Web for iPhone. The beta also hints that the company is testing different playback speeds for audio messages on iOS.
Facebook seems to be experiencing a major outage as WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger are down worldwide. Reports are pouring in from users worldwide about Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger being down.
WhatsApp has dropped support for iOS 9 with its latest update. This means if you use a very old iPhone that’s still running iOS 9, you will no longer be able to update to WhatsApp’s latest release.
Earlier this week, WhatsApp rolled out an update to its desktop app on macOS and Windows. The update enabled end-to-end encrypted audio and video calling support for the desktop apps. In this guide, we explain how you can make an audio or video call via WhatsApp on your Mac.
WhatsApp is working on adding cloud backup encryption to secure its platform further. While WhatsApp already supports end-to-end encryption, the chat backups stored in the cloud on Google Drive (on Android) or iCloud (on iPhones) are not encrypted. This leaves a loophole in the system as a hacker can access the said Gmail or iCloud account and retrieve all the chat data.
WhatsApp has rolled out end-to-end voice and video calling support for its desktop app. The company first rolled out this feature in December albeit to a limited number of users.