WhatsApp has been a dominative player in the online messaging community and it does not seem to be backing down any time soon. WhatsApp’s user base has seen an immense rise amidst the pandemic. Although they have a WhatsApp Web for PC users, it does not support video and voice calling. Rumour has it that WhatsApp is going to add the aforementioned features any day now. Read More
The Facebook-owned WhatsApp, has revealed a host of new features for users on iPhone, Android and WhatsApp Web. WhatsApp on Wednesday announced that the messaging app will be getting Animated Stickers, Dark Mode for web, QR codes, enhanced Video Calls and disappearing status feature for KaiOS. It was long reported by WABetaInfo that the company is testing QR codes and working on Animated Stickers feature and now finally WhatsApp has started testing it. Another highly awaited feature is the multi-device support, that the messaging app has been working on for the longest time now and can be out for testing any time soon.
Let us look at the five newly released features by WhatsApp: Read More
Athul Jayaram, who is an independent cybersecurity researcher recently reported that many mobile numbers of WhatsApp web users are visible on Google search just via plain text. The researcher stated a massive privacy issue for users as more than 290000-300000 mobile numbers have been leaked and is easily accessible to internet users through WhatsApp’s Web Portal. The affected users belong from United States, India and the United Kingdom prominently amongst many others. What makes this a matter of concern is that these numbers are available on the open web and not the dark web. Read More
After releasing dark mode for Android and iOS, Whatsapp is looking to release dark mode for its PC version which is known as Whatsapp Web. There is no clarity on the official release of the update yet. Read More
WhatsApp Web, the desktop browser version of WhatsApp is finally available for iPhone users, eight months after the web client was launched for Android users. This means that Apple users can now send messages via the service from their computer. Read More