WhatsApp is not a new app, it has been around for about 6 years now. This awesome app can be installed on any smartphone running on a variety of platforms and the latest Voice Calling feature have been brought to Messenger, is currently available for Android, iOS, and Windows Phones. Today I will show you some simple Tips and Tricks For Whatsapp Messenger.
There are currently over 900 million people that make use of this app actively on a monthly basis. Many users of WhatsApp come in contact with the messaging and voice calling services that this messaging app is offering and if you want to spice up your user experience with this messenger App, you are in the right place. Today I will show you some simple Tips and Tricks For Whatsapp Messenger.
Using WhatsApp without an SIM card: While this might sound like stupid, but it is possible. WhatsApp can be used without any SIM card. you must first setup the account and activate using an SIM card. Once the setup and verification are done, you can remove the SIM card. As long as your WhatsApp account remains activated and uninstalled from the original device, you will be able to receive and respond to messages over Wi-Fi connection. You can also insert another SIM card into the phone and use it to connect to the internet.
Muting Group Chats: We are sure that you have joined many group chats on WhatsApp. and there are always some irritating group chats, where people usually send irritating messages every time. You will then likely to mute that kind of groups by tapping on the Chats tab and select the Group you want to mute. Once you opened that specific Group, then go to Options–Mute and select for how much time you want to mute that group(Mute for 8 Hours or 1 Week or for 1 year).
Send PDF and other files: WhatsApp allows users to attach files of up to 16MB. Of these files, only Videos, Photos and voice recordings can be shared. There is no allocation for sharing PDF files, for instance, unless you install another tool known as WhatsTools. it is possible to attach PDF files as well as include file sizes of up to 1GB as opposed to the 16MB the app provides. This WhatsTools is similar to the Google Drive, As you send large size files through the Drive.
Creating A Homescreen Shortcut: We have some WhatsApp friends that you chat with every day. You will be able to set a home screen shortcut for each friend or group chat you want so that you can access it very easily and directly from the home screen. To create a homescreen shortcut, open WhatsApp and tap on the ‘Chats’ tab. Tap and hold on the conversation tab that you want to create a shortcut and when the list of options appears, select ‘Add chat shortcut’ and it’s done, it automatically creats a shortcut at ur homescreen like other apps do.
Find out who is blocking you on whatsapp: When someone blocked you on whatsapp, you will not be notified of the action or status and you won’t be able to send a message or call the person who blocked you. But there is a way you can tell if someone is blocking you, and it is very simple. If you are an admin to any group, try to add the person you feel has blocked you to this group. You will know that your friend has blocked you when the process is unsuccessful. Also, you won’t be able to notice any changes in their last seen status and even if they update their profile pictures as well.
WhatsApp was the most globally popular messaging app with more than 600 million active users in January 2015. WhatsApp reached 800 million active users in April 2015 and In September 2015 the user base has grown up to 900 million.