platform WhatsApp is one of the most downloaded IM with end-to-end encryption.
You use it every day and I know some of you can’t do without opening the app
some facts you probably don’t know about Whatsapp.
were rejected by Facebook and Twitter in 2009
Both Jan Koum and Brian Acton – who earlier worked together at Yahoo
were rejected by Facebook and Twitter in interviews, before they went full-time
with WhatsApp. Imagine how different the world would be if even one of those
interviews had gone better.
People Made it Possible For the Download to hit 1 Billion
your friends (or yourself) via WhatsApp, and then head over to the WhatsApp
Media folder on Android or your Camera Roll on iOS to find the compressed
versions. You can delete the original or keep it.
in the form of [phone number]@s.whatsapp.net
messaging standard XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol), which was
first developed for collaboration application Jabber. That’s why WhatsApp uses
the ID protocol made for Jabber in the form of <[phone
“whatsapp://send?text=HELLO” in browser address bar
into your browser and it should open WhatsApp and ask you to choose a contact
to send the message to. You can customise the message by replacing the word
“HELLO” with whatever message you’d like to send.
see when your messages were read
it was read? You only see that it was delivered and read but you don’t know the
exact time it was read… Hold on any
particular message and choose ‘Info’. You’ll see when it was read.
set custom notification for any contacts or group on WhatsApp
you the same notification… but you can set up custom message sounds, ringtones,
vibrating patterns and pop-ups for your WhatsApp contacts and groups, depending
on what device you’re using.
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