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Here’s the list of pho­nes which will not be able to sup­port Whats­App from Novem­ber. The publi­ca­ti­on says that more than 40 dif­fe­rent smart­pho­ne models will not be able to sup­port Whats­App, and the dead­line for updating the soft­ware is Novem­ber 1. Click on the Link a device but­ton and then point your phone’s came­ra to your moni­tor screen whe­re the QR code is to cap­tu­re the code. If the QR code on the screen expi­res, click on the QR code again to rel­oad it. When you enter the web­site you will now see it in nor­mal mode, and a QR code will be shown to link Whats­App Web to the Whats­App of your mobile.

  • In the abo­ve pic­tures, you’ll see screen­shots of the Face­book app and the Mes­sen­ger app’s permissions.
  • Face­book Mes­sen­ger is alrea­dy con­nec­ted to the user’s Face­book account.
  • You can secret­ly check the Whats­app acti­vi­ty of a target’s device when they are away from it but it is a high­ly ris­ky method and can only work for someo­ne very clo­se to you.
  • Of cour­se, if you do not want to install any app play­er or android simu­la­tor for PC, the­re is ano­t­her way for you.

Nor­mal­ly, you can make it by res­to­ring from iCloud Dri­ve, iCloud back­up, or iTu­nes back­up. Howe­ver, it is time-con­suming and com­pli­ca­ted to learn and fol­low the steps. Here, we high­ly recom­mend you use Pho­ne­Trans – a pro­fes­sio­nal pho­ne-to-pho­ne trans­fer tool. With the assi­s­tance of Pho­ne­Trans, you are allo­wed to direct­ly trans­fer Whats­App from iPho­ne to iPho­ne with 1 click. If you have used Whats­App then you alrea­dy know This that the app requi­res a regis­tered pho­ne num­ber to estab­lish a high­ly secu­re plat­form for exch­an­ging messages.

Ten­cent inclu­des QQ instant mes­sen­ger, QQ.com, QQ Games, QZo­ne, and many more making QQ.com one of the world’s 10 lar­gest web­sites. Pony Ma spends a lot of time on rese­arch and con­suming tech­no­lo­gy through the avail­ab­le means to con­stant­ly upgrade and cater the users with enhan­ced ser­vices with a local flair. Text messaging is a core com­po­nent of a mobi­le phone’s functionality.

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But users have had no opti­on but to store their chat back­up to their cloud — iCloud on iPho­nes and Goog­le Dri­ve on Android — in an unen­cryp­ted for­mat. Viber is a rela­tively unknown ser­vice in Wes­tern Euro­pe and the United Sta­tes. Howe­ver, it is bet­ter known in parts of Asia and Rus­sia, whe­re most of its users are. In some coun­tries this ser­vice has qui­te a big mar­ket share. Viber offers all the fea­tures that most other apps also do.

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In Spain, whe­re Whats­App had a com­man­ding 96 per­cent mar­ket­s­ha­re last year, a text mes­sa­ge cos­ts €0.15. Whats­App, in con­trast, is free and has many fea­tures that SMS does not. It tells users when messages have been deli­ve­r­ed and when they’­ve been read. There’s an opti­on whe­re you can tell peop­le when you last pop­ped online. “It’s a gre­at plat­form that works almost all the time,” says Eric Free­man, a mar­ke­ting con­sul­tant based in Madrid who’s been using the soft­ware for the past two years.

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While most of us have con­ti­nued with our cus­to­ma­ry usa­ge of the app, the­re are still a few who feel the new pri­va­cy poli­cy is a bit con­vo­lu­t­ed. For such indi­vi­du­als here’s a sim­pli­fi­ca­ti­on of what WhatsApp’s new pri­va­cy poli­cy is about, and how safe you, your data and con­ta­cts are. Face­book and Whats­App argue they imple­men­ted the vul­nera­bi­li­ty for a bet­ter user expe­ri­ence. Essen­ti­al­ly, they didn’t want users to have to deal with messages that fail to send just becau­se the reci­pi­ent is off­line or they chan­ge pho­nes. They obvious­ly didn’t feel it was per­ti­nent to noti­fy users when their encryp­ti­on keys had been ren­ego­tia­ted. Face­book publicly ack­now­led­ged the pro­blem back in April 2016 and said it was nor­mal behavior.

You’ll want to update WhatsApp’s desk­top cli­ent if you use it to chat on your com­pu­ter. Peri­me­terX rese­ar­cher Gal Weiz­man has reve­a­led that Face­book patched a secu­ri­ty vul­nera­bi­li­ty in WhatsApp’s Mac and Win­dows ver­si­ons that let atta­ckers insert Java­Script into messages and remo­te­ly access files. The soft­ware was run­ning an older release of Google’s Chro­mi­um web engi­ne with known flaws that made it rela­tively easy to slip in rogue code.