Tagged: Whatsapp

WhatsApp begins rolling out two-factor authentication to all users

WhatsApp just became a safer chat platform on Friday as two-step verification (the company’s phrase for two-factor authentication) has finally been added to the popular app. The security feature has been available in the...

Apple Has Created ‘Detailed Mockups’ of iMessage for Android

Apple Has Created ‘Detailed Mockups’ of iMessage for Android

I think this is a smart move of Apple to extend the usage of iMessage to Android. Perhaps, its user base could get close to WhatsApp then, as in countries (like the USA) where...

Android Nougat security features for business users & consumers

Android N seems like a step up from Marshmallow that introduced the possible separation of private and work related apps within the Android for Work program. Now, this separation has been refined by having...

How IT can limit the risk of popular messaging apps

Messaging is the future and it will also be used in a business context if it not already is. As alternative to messengers like WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, companies can also use corporate messengers...

Social networks and fintech: Why it pays to be mobile

Very nice article about the future of mobile payment and how mobile payment will integrate with other (social) networks. LittleMsMobile   If there was ever proof – if proof were needed – that social...

The medium is the Messenger

Messengers and the ecosystem around them (bots, common language like emojis) are the future. The shift to this new platform could be bigger than the shift to mobile. Read why below. Very interesting article...

How to send documents on WhatsApp for desktop

Last week, Facebook-owned WhatsApp released a desktop app version of their popular messaging service for both Windows and Mac users. The WhatsApp desktop app has now also received the functionality to share files, a...