How to bypass WhatsApp's Double Blue Checkmarks : Hacking Tips

8:24 PM Deepankar Pathak 0 Comments

Whatsapp Double Blue CheckmarksAs covered in our last article,  Whatsapp did what most are dreading—read messages confirmations once more to the sender. While individuals some are glad about the feature, others are freaking out.

Whatsapp has begun sending back read message confirmations over to the reader by issuing blue double tick marks on the message. This shows and affirms that the message has been read/ seen by the user on the other end.

Awhile ago, a solitary tick would imply that the message is sent and a double tick implied that the message has been gotten on the phone. Then again, there was no affirmation whether the message was seen by the beneficiary and when. Anyway now there is no getting away as the sender will know whether you saw the message and when. While blue ticks could be incredible for some, it could destroy relationships for some others. This could produce an antagonistic results on Whatsapp users and power them to relocate to other visit applications to evade debates.

The last time Whatsapp rolled out improvements to the application was including the last seen time stamp. Numerous did not like it and Whatapp made a change by including privacy settings. With blue ticks, Whatsapp has not made any options for the present.

So how would you get away from the blue tick and make life a little simpler? All things considered, there are a couple of techniques on the web, which lives up to expectations for some while others grumble that it doesn't. The strategy expresses that when you get the message, don't open Whatsapp straightaway. Essentially peep from the notification bar and you will have the capacity to read the message in a split second. The minute you click on the message, Whatsapp will open and your message's blue tick will be sent.

Some say that you ought to put your smartphone in Airplane mode and afterward check the message. Along  these  lines, Whatsapp won't send the read affirmation to the sender. You can then switch over to ordinary mode in the wake of checking the message. While some said that it lived up to expectations, others expressed that Whatsapp quickly matches up after you begin your 3g or Wi-Fi and the read affirmation (blue tick) is sent to the sender.

We found two more traps, which is still to be affirmed by a lot of people out there. In any case, unfortunately, one of this works just for Android users and not iphone. When you get a message from your sender, draw down the notification bar and you will have the capacity to see read message without opening it. In the event that it is an one line message, you are fortunate. This works for iphone as well. In the event that it is dependent upon four or five lines, iphone users can't see this, however Android users can squeeze outwards on the message (deliberately) and extend the notification message to read up to a couple of lines. Yet in the event that the message is longer or there are numerous messages, you can't do anything. We have something better ahead.

Android users can rejoice a little as you can look at all the messages without really going to Whatsapp and sending the blue tick to the sender.

Essentially add an alternate desktop to your launcher, on the off chance that you don't have a clear one. Include a Whatsapp widget in full screen mode on a clear desktop. You are all situated. When you get a message, essentially head on to the widget and look at all the messages in full length. You can parchment and read the whole messages one after the other. Verify you don't click on any message, else you would open up Whatsapp unintentionally. To prevent coincidentally opening Whatsapp, we recommend you introduce an application lock utility and lock Whatsapp with a secret word or example. Go for the same and let us know whether it worked for you. Assuredly this trap functions admirably till Whatsapp rolls out sufficient improvements. We have not possessed the capacity to attempt the same on Symbian, Blackberry or Windows Phone so far. We might upgrade you when we get something.

Do you have some other traps? Why not impart it to everybody.

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