WhatsApp has introduced various tools to prevent the spreading of fake news and now it is testing a new feature for Groups which will allow users to block "frequently forwarded" messages. There's no word on when this app support will be available commercially.
This iPad app is expected to eliminate the camera feature, meaning users will be unable to use the WhatsApp app to send snaps or footage to other WhatsApp users. On one side of the screen, users will see their chat conversations and the other half will consist of the detailed chat. As you probably know by now, WhatsApp is always updating both the iOS app and Android app and continues to add new features and functions. Administrators can choose whether to use the feature or not, as it can be kept disabled. No tracks have been found in the iOS app.
Look alive iPad users, WhatsApp is reported to be working on a proper WhatsApp app for the Apple tablet device, meaning the iPad will get its own official WhatsApp app.
However, according to the company, an iPad-friendly WhatsApp app is now under development, although the release date is still unknown. However, WABetaInfo says that the support might be available in the next beta updates on TestFlight.
Furthermore, the new WhatsApp iOS Beta version carries iPad support. WhatsApp group administrators will be able to access the new feature under the group settings. It also appears to have included references to a WhatsApp for iPad.
Once WhatsApp for iPad officially arrives, it will share the interface with its iPhone counterpart, only bigger and with the ease of using redesigned split screen and landscape mode support.
The feature uses the FIDO Alliance protocols, which have become an industry standard for hardware security keys. To help, Google is letting you use your phone as a 2SV security key when you attempt to sign-in.
Smart has been the team's starting shooting guard for much of the season, serving as the defensive stopper and enforcer. Smart was doing what he does best, sacrificing his body for a loose ball, before falling directly on his hip.
After the Security Council meeting, Pence told reporters he believed that the momentum is on the side of the US position. Ambassador, you shouldn't be here", he said, looking directly at the representative, Samuel Moncada, who was in the room.
The bill, which passed 119-1, will become law by the end of the week, the New Zealand news site Stuff reported. There are some narrow exemptions including for pest control, collectors, heirlooms and mementos.
Sometimes, when it comes to video game news , we sometimes learn things before we were officially meant to. If you look at the bottom right of the screen, you'll see what appears to be a Stage Builder option.
The Adreno 610 GPU can drive up to Full HD+ resolution screens and supports DisplayPort as well as USB Type-C video output. The new chipsets come along with AI enhancements that were initially introduced with the higher-end Snapdragon 855 SoC.
In an interview with Diario ABC at the weekend, Herrera admitted: "As it is right now, Manchester and I are not thinking alike". The 29-year-old has now added to rumours of a United exit after stating: "I won't close any doors".
After chasing Evan Fournier down the lane, he bumped into Magic center Nikola Vucevic and crashed to the ground, holding his side. Stevens said he'll play his starters "a lot less on Tuesday, if at all" in Boston's regular-season finale at Washington.
Protesters gathered in front of the military headquarters as military vehicles were deployed on key roads and bridges in Khartoum. Al- Bashir is wanted on genocide charges in connection with atrocities in Darfur.
Brent and WTI crude oil futures have risen by more than 30 per cent and 40 per cent respectively since the start of the year. Oil production in the United States has risen by more than 2 million bpd since early 2018, to a record 12.2 million bpd.
Israel's politics have moved firmly to the right, with many voters disillusioned by failed peace attempts with the Palestinians. In any case, the country now faces what could be weeks of political negotiations over the composition of a ruling coalition.
City's Mendy vows to stay out of trouble
The important thing is that we have won two titles this season and we are second in the Premier League . "We're trying to get to an FA Cup Final and then keep running", Guardiola summed up.
Kim Kardashian studying law, wants to become attorney
Kim told Vogue the experience taught her a lot, as did the work she had been doing before visiting the White House . If she succeeds in this endeavor, she'd be following in the footsteps of her father, Robert Kardashian Sr .
Camila Cabello to star in 'Cinderella' remake
The 22-year-old Fifth Harmony veteran will make her feature film acting debut in a new Cinderella movie, EW has learned. Cabello will be involved in the music for the project, which grew out of an original idea from James Corden .
UK's tough new internet rules are 'blunt tool'
This white paper sets out a programme of action to tackle content or activity that harms individual users, particularly children. Its proposals lack an assessment of the risk to free expression and omit any explanation as to how it would be protected.