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WhatsApp recently replaced the text status feature with Snapchat-like story feature which was not accepted by all. As a result, the company has brought back the old feature.
WhatsApp has revived its text 'Status' option while keeping its image-based replacement, a media report said.WhatsApp and Telegram patched flaws in their popular instant messaging applications after security researchers showed that they could seize control of user accounts.Because we all need a moody song lyric status sometimes.The new feature allows WhatsApp users to post an image, GIF or even a video clip as their status update on the app.
The Delhi High Court has asked the Indian Government to respond to a plea over regulation of VoIP calls made using WhatsApp and Facebook.The messaging apps is set to roll out WhatsApp Status globally which will allow users will be able to use photos, videos, GIF images as Status updates.Looking for a little more security in your digital life? If you're a WhatsApp user, you're in luck.The feature has moved out of testing phase and is rolling out to all of WhatsApp’s 1.2 billion customers across the globe.The Delhi government will soon launch a WhatsApp number to report drinking in public, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia announced on Wednesday.Live location tracking is just one of many new features that have been spotted in the WhatsApp beta for iOS.
Need to keep your messages secret? Fortunately, you’ve plenty of options these days… The Supreme Court on Monday sought the central government's response on a plea seeking to put in place regulation to protect the privacy of the messages of WhatsApp and Facebook users.WhatsApp has denied the reports that encrypted messages on its platform can be read or intercepted.A backdoor in WhatsApp means encrypted messages can be intercepted and a fix may not be coming.WhatsApp has finally added Giphy search support to Android phones.WhatsApp has continued to be convenient, fast, reliable and simple to use for everyone, everywhere.
If you’re seeing messages on social media asking you to claim your free recharge of Rs 500 from the Indian Government, make sure you avoid it.The change will affect millions of users globally, who use handsets including the iPhone 3GS and Windows Phone 7.Next time when you send a message intended for your girlfriend mistakenly to someone else on WhatsApp, relax as you may be able to revoke such messages in the near future.WhatsApp has finally rolled out the feature for its Android users which was initially limited to beta app users for testing period.If you have been getting a WhatsApp message proclaiming that BSNL is giving free calls and data for a year, relax as it's fake.The Supreme Court has asked major social media corporations to suggest steps in order to curb the spread of rape videos on their platforms.WhatsApp has announced it will no longer run on older phones by the end of 2016.The popular messaging app will cease to work on older phones and operating systems starting January 2017.
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