There's hardly a chance that you don't know about WhatsApp. On the contrary, in this day and age, no matter where you look, people will be asking you for your WhatsApp contact first rather than any other detail.
As of today, as the numbers reveal, WhatsApp has managed to attract an active user base of over 70 million in India. Apparently, this is a figure which boasts of a growth crossing 10 million within a few months.
While WhatsApp has been there for a long time now, and is set to stay for days to come, there are few hidden charms of the app that are still obscured from the all prying eyes. Hence, here are the 5 most intriguing secrets of the app that you should be knowing.
Have you ever wondered if and how you can hide your WhatsApp profile picture? Well, it isn't as hard as you think. If you are looking to hide your profile picture for WhatsApp, just download the WhatsApp Plus app that will be useful in this instance. After installing WhatsApp Plus, go through the on-screen steps and you will be able to hide your profile picture.
It's even easier to prank your friends into believing that you just spoke to some celebrity on WhatsApp. For that, you will need to install the WhatSaid application. This will allow you to create fake conversations with anyone you want. Apparently, you could also set a picture, name and create your own messages to make the conversation realistic.
While there are a lot of things that you can do with the WhatsApp on your handset, one of the primary features of it remain to be associated with transferring huge files. It's easy to break bank on that by installing the likes of CloudSend and Dropbox. You just have to open CloudSend and allow it to link Dropbox with CloudSend. When uploading is done, you are ready to share it with your friends.
If you can keep your ethical side up, spying, once in a while, may seem like a treat. However, if the situation is dire and you really need to spy on a friend's account, you could install the Spymaster Pro app. This app can track and read entire conversations, while also tracking shared photos.
If you think your WhatsApp app is taking far more phone data than you expect, you could always put a curb on it. Just head over to the Settings -- Chat Settings -- Media auto-download and pick the option that suits your requirement.