The Facebook-owned WhatsApp messaging service is now testing end-to-end encryption for iCloud backups. The feature was designed to protect your chat archive while it's being uploaded to or downloaded from iCloud and stored on Apple's servers (at rest).
You can now choose between a trio of different duration presets for WhatsApp's disappearing messages, such as 24 hours and 90 days, instead of the default 7-day timer.
You can now hide your WhatsApp “Last Seen” status from specific contacts, in addition to the existing “Everyone,” “My Contacts” and “Nobody” options from earlier.
WhatsApp is launching WhatsApp Desktop and Web in beta capacity in order to gather user feedback before publicly rolling out its much-expected support for multiple devices.
WhatsApp at Samsung's 2021 Unpacked event formally announced a much-needed new feature allowing users to transfer their chat histories between Android handsets and iPhones.
WhatsApp's new View Once mode is now rolling out, bringing self-destructing photos and videos to all users. It follows a testing period since March 2021 when this ephemeral messaging feature appeared for a small number of users on iPhone and Android.
You can now join WhatsApp calls that are in progress, thanks to recent enhancements that also include sticker suggestions as well as the option to keep chats archived and muted.
Learn how to use WhatsApp's view-once mode on iPhone to send images and videos that automatically self-destruct after only being viewed once.
Coming in a future update, WhatsApp will let you send images and videos in their best quality.
WhatsApp, the cross platform messaging app, has millions of daily active users. It is used by people of all ages, but some may not know how to customise the app. For example, if you're new to WhatsApp, or don't know how to use the app, then this article is for you.
In this post, we're going to show you how to change your username in WhatsApp. It's a simple task, and will hardly take more than a few seconds. However, it is an important thing to know, as your username is visible to anyone who doesn't have you in their contacts.
WhatsApp makes switching platforms a pain— for instance, the ability to transfer WhatsApp chats and media from your Android phone to a new iPhone is unsupported. The good news is, WhatsApp transfer doesn't need to be difficult provided you have the right tool for the job.
WhatsApp recently launched a new version of its desktop client for macOS, which offered the ability to make voice and video calls. A lot of us rely on WhatsApp to communicate with friends, family, co-workers, etc. With the addition of voice and video calls to its desktop client, users can now use the features on any platform.