A security flaw in WhatsApp makes it easy for users to be locked out of their accounts. While there's no indication that WhatsApp is working on a solution, there is a way that users may be able to avoid this problem.
WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new chat history migration feature for its Android and iOS apps. The upcoming feature will make it possible for users to transfer their chat history between Android and iOS devices.
WhatsApp has been primarily used on mobile devices for as long as it's been around, but there's an updated desktop app that allows you to make those voice and video calls from your computer instead. Here's how you can do it.
The Telegram messaging app has a ton of great features and customizations, allowing you to connect with friends, family, and contacts. Still, you may not want them to know if, or when, you're online at times. We'll show you how to turn off Telegram's Last Seen Online timestamp, so you can have a bit of your privacy and anonymity back.
Maintaining your privacy is an important part of staying safe online. Not everyone needs to see your profile photo or know that you are online right now. Let’s take a look at how you can protect your privacy in WhatsApp.
WhatsApp has finally added the ability to make voice and video calls to its desktop app on Windows and macOS. While you can only make one-to-one calls currently, WhatsApp has promised that support for group calls will arrive in the near future.
Are your family and friends less than enthusiastic about joining you on Signal or Telegram? Here is some advice that has worked for us at Android Central to convince our loved ones to move away from WhatsApp and the like.
If you're looking to switch from WhatsApp to Telegram, there's a new transfer feature that lets you seamlessly move your chats between platforms. The best part is that it even includes timestamps, so you won't even notice anything has changed after you switch to Telegram.
WhatsApp lets you secure your chats by a fingerprint lock, giving you an additional layer of security. Once you enable the feature, you'll have to use your fingerprint to unlock WhatsApp and view your messages. Here's what you need to know about fingerprint lock on WhatsApp for Android.