Follow these 5 Simple Steps to Send a Blank Message in WhatsApp [How to]

WhatsApp is the leading social networking messenger in the world right now. Here’s a simple trick with which you can send a blank message to prank your friends in WhatsApp.

    WhatsApp quickly became the go-to option for many people with its user-friendly interface. At the start of this year, the Facebook-owned company crossed one billion active users and the number is increasing day-by-day.

    Follow these 5 Simple Steps to Send a Blank Message in WhatsApp

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    Along with its simple and attractive features, there are many limitations as well. For example, you can't send a blank message to your friends. We, at GIZBOT, bought a new trick where you can send a blank message in WhatsApp. Check out the steps below.

    Step 1: Download ‘NoWord’ App

    In the first step, you need to download the NoWord app by clicking here. The application is not available in Google Play Store, so you need to download it from the above link itself.

    Step 2: Enable Unknown Sources and Install the APK

    Now, you need to install the downloaded APK by heading over to the downloads folder. Also, you need to enable unknown sources on your phone to install the APK. You can do that by heading over to Settings>Security>Unknown Sources.

    Step 3: Open the ‘NoWord’ App

    Now, you need to open the installed NoWord app. After opening the application, you can see a send button on the home screen itself.

    Step 4: Choose Your Application

    Click on the send button and you can see a popup showing the application chooser. Just select WhatsApp and select the contact you want to send the message.

    Step 5: Your Blank Message Will be Sent

    After sending the message, head over to WhatsApp and check whether the message is delivered or not.

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