Tag Archives: WhatsApp

WhatsApp

WhatsApp two-step verification is now available for everyone

Everything is for greater security, and we appreciate it: WhatsApp has allowed us to play with the verification in two steps since November last year, but in a beta version that until today has not become a reality for the more than one billion Of users who have the messaging application. When I say “for all” I mean those mobile users who have Android, iOS or Windows Phone as operating systems, so that few people escapes the possibility. Why “two steps”? As the first is…

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WhatsApp enables two-step verification for more security: What it is and how to activate it?

WhatsApp continues to launch new products in order to make the competition more difficult task. Thus we have seen new features to improve communication with our contacts, but an important issue is safety, where it seems that WhatsApp begins to take things seriously. In April this 2016 WhatsApp incorporated the encryption end to end, a feature that allowed our conversations were safer since even before that WhatsApp security simply did not exist as in other market options. Today the messenger wants to continue along this…

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WhatsApp against Google Duo, who has the best video calls?

After months of rumors and beta versions that seemed to never end, video calls are finally coming to WhatsApp to all users. With this feature the most used communication app worldwide expands its functions beyond messaging, also betting on a more visual aspect as they did some of its competitors for some time. Meanwhile, Google bet on the opposite strategy and not mix the features in one app, but it offers them in separate services with Allo for messaging and Duo for video calls. Now…

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How to send GIFs by WhatsApp

The ability to send GIFs WhatsApp our contacts was one of the demands of many users. The rivals of the app, as Telegram, allowing send images are already moving in a while, which has led many to arise it is to jump into an alternative. However, today we can finally say that WhatsApp lets you send GIFs to our contacts (Tremble group chats), although in a somewhat particular moment. In the latest beta of the Android app, we can record a video or take a…

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Facebook and WhatsApp

What do you do with the data Facebook and WhatsApp?

Facebook, with each passing moment, is creating more and more controversy, and the decision to make WhatsApp can share our phone number with the social network is only the latest of all the decisions that have been taking since he bought the application instant messaging. If our privacy is something that is fading as the T-1000 in the lava pool (especially with the movements of Google), now Facebook has hit a hammer blow across the head to the rest of our privacy. It is clear…

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Magic Cleaner

How to automatically delete photos you receive from WhatsApp with Magic Cleaner

No matter how much storage capacity you have your phone, sooner or later you’ll need more. That is why applications proliferate to free up space on your phone, whether small monsters as Clean Master or other more specific as Gallery Doctor or Slidebox. Magic Cleaner is more like the latter, although he specializes in WhatsApp. Yes, you remember all those memes, funny pictures and selfies you have received for months in WhatsApp and you never erased? Magic Cleaner analyzes your photos received WhatsApp and categorizes…

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WhatsApp makes cleaning, end of the year will only be on Android, iOS and Windows Phone

WhatsApp was the first to reach the battle for mobile messaging, and hence proceeds much of his success. As described in his blog, when WhatsApp began their wanderings in 2009 the mobile ecosystem was very different: the 70% of mobile selling system they had Nokia or BlackBerry. It is not surprising therefore that WhatsApp is available for a range of platforms “minority” that a new application would normally overlook. This is the case of the version of WhatsApp for Symbian, Nokia Series 40, Blackberry or older versions of Android like Android 2.1.

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