WhatsApp's new terms of service involve sharing data with Facebook — there's no way to use the service without agreeing to share data with the social network. The policy change means now is the right time to switch to a messaging platform like Signal or Telegram.
WhatsApp is now linked to Facebook, and you won't be able to use the app unless you share a lot of data with Facebook. Thankfully, Signal is a privacy-focused alternative that has most of the same features, and it is easy to move your group chats from WhatsApp to Signal.
As per a report from Sky News, the UK hasn’t ordered Facebook to provide access to end-to-end encrypted messages on WhatsApp. However, it plans to use a legal power to issue an injunction against the social networking giant to prevent it from enabling end-to-end encryption across all its platforms.
WhatsApp has an exciting feature that lets you set up messages that auto-destruct after seven days. The feature is called disappearing messages, and is is now available for all WhatsApp users. Let's see how the feature works, and how you can set it up right now.
WhatsApp is testing an upgrade to its archived chats feature. When rolled out, this change would bring it in line with Messenger and Instagram as it begins to prevent archived chats from sending notifications.
WhatsApp now lets you send and receive money in India, with the payments feature relying on the country's UPI infrastructure. Here's how you can set up payments on WhatsApp, and how to send and receive money.