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The telecom industry witnessed a disruption with the entry of Reliance Jio. The telco offered plans at a lucrative price and also created a tough competition in the market.The other service providers were also forced to bring down their prices which turned out to be beneficial for the subscribers. So, if you are wondering which 4G plan you should take next, then here's some help. We bring you a list of 21 best data plans offered by Airtel, Reliance Jio, Vodafone and Idea Cellular. MsnTarGet.com
Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone-Idea customers, here are 21 best 4G plans for you
Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone-Idea customers, here are 21 best 4G plans for you
Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone-Idea customers, here are 21 best 4G plans for you
Reliance Jio Rs 149 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Airtel Rs 199 data plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Vodafone Rs 199 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 199 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 198 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 28 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 227 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 28 days validity
Airtel Rs 249 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 28 days validity
Vodafone Rs 255 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 28 days validity
Airtel Rs 399 plan: Offers 1GB data daily with 84 days validity
Vodafone Rs 399 plan: Offers 1GB data daily with 84 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 399 plan: Offers 1GB data daily with 84 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 399 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 84 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 398 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 70 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 349 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 70 days validity
Airtel Rs 448 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 82 days validity
Reliance Jio Rs 448 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 84 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 449 plan: Offers 1.4GB data daily with 82 days validity
Airtel Rs 449 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 82 days validity
Idea Cellular Rs 499 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 82 days validity soas.in
Vodafone Rs 479 plan: Offers 1.5GB data daily with 84 days validity
Vodafone Rs 511 plan: Offers 2GB data daily with 84 days validity

Year 2019 is going to be an important year for Reliance Jio as the company is set to enter the broadband industry this year. With the upcoming Jio GigaFiber, Jio will cause disruption beyond telecom industry.

People involved in setting up the Jio GigaFiber have confirmed India Today Tech that Jio GigaFiber rollout will happen in March 2019. Following the trend, Jio GigaFiber is expected to disrupt the broadband industry also by bringing down the prices and intensifying the competition amongst the top broadband players like Airtel V-Fiber and BSNL. msnTarGet.com
  • V-Fiber is Airtel's fast broadband service in the country.
  • BSNL is one of the biggest internet service provider in India. MobAsk.com
  • Jio GigaFiber is Jio's Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) broadband service offered to the users through fixed lines. soas.in

V-Fiber is Airtel's fast broadband service in the country. The service aims to deliver speeds of upto 100Mbps and is one of the cheapest broadband plan providers in India. BSNL on the other hand is known for its wider reach and is also a quite popular broadband service especially in small Indian cities.

Jio GigaFiber Vs BSNL Vs Airtel V-Fiber 2019 Comparisons : All the differences

Jio GigaFiber Vs BSNL Vs Airtel V-Fiber 2019 Comparisons : All the differences
Jio GigaFiber Vs BSNL Vs Airtel V-Fiber 2019 Comparisons : All the differences
Jio is already running preview offers for its GigaFiber in select cities like Delhi and Mumbai. The company is giving 100Mbps speeds and 1100GB 4G data for 3 months under the preview offer. Moreover, Jio also plans to add Jio GigaTV and home smart solutions with the broadband service when the commercial launch happens. The news has already stirred the broadband industry. The competing companies are revamping their plans in order to give a tough fight to Jio. Fun2Ind.com

BSNL wireless broadband:

BSNL is one of the biggest internet service provider in India. BSNL does not ask for any activation or installation charges for the broadband set up but you do have to pay a one-time security fee along with the cost of ADSL WiFi Modem before getting the broadband connection. In some areas, BSNL broadband connection also comes with the landline connectivity. Ahead of Jio GigaFiber launch, BSNL has revised its entire broadband portfolio. It has extended the FUP limits for some plan while some have received faster download speeds. BSNL unlimited broadband plans start at Rs 249 and go up to Rs 1199. BSNL Rs 1,277 broadband plan offers 750GB of monthly data with up to 100Mbps speeds and post that the speed dips to 2Mbps. MobAsk.com

Airtel V-Fiber:

Airtel V-Fiber is available only in select areas currently. The Airtel monthly broadband plans start at Rs 499 and go up till Rs 1999 in Delhi. The company allows you to save up to 15 per cent on 6 months plan and up to 20 per cent on one year plan. All the plans offer unlimited calling benefits and plans above Rs 799 come with data roll over facility. The set up involves a router which is free of cost and a landline connection in some areas. You pay Rs 1000 for Airtel V-Fiber registration. Existing Airtel users need to buy a modem worth Rs 1000 and they will be upgraded to V-Fiber for free. Airtel broadband plans also offer the benefit of Airtel Prime subscription. The lowest priced plan offers speed of up to 8 Mbps while the highest paid plan offers up to 100Mbps speeds. MsnTarGet.com

Jio GigaFiber:

Jio GigaFiber is Jio's Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) broadband service offered through fixed lines. The installation process is free of cost but you have to pay Rs 4,500 as security deposit which is refundable if you decide to return the device at any point of time. Although there are no words on the pricing of the Jio GigaFiber plans yet but the company is expected to launch the plans at a starting price of Rs 500 and go up to Rs 1500. Jio is giving 1100GB data per month at 100Mbps speeds for first three months as part of the preview offer.

WhatsApp updates for 2019: Popular messaging app WhatsApp is reportedly testing new features for its beta users. The new features will be available in future for any user having the AppStore version. These features are not available to all users till now, reports Wabetainfo. Most of the features will gradually make their way to the final version of WhatsApp but that still may be months away.  SoAs.IN

Last month, WhatsApp launched its first official public beta program. The messaging has recently submitted a new beta update through the TestFlight beta program, bringing the version up to 2.19.10.21, according to wabetainfo.com. According to the report, these new features will be immediately enabled in the next 2.19.10 iOS update on AppStore. msnTarGet.CoM

WhatsApp first updates in 2019 arrive for these users; Check What's new

WhatsApp first updates in 2019 arrive for these users; Check What's new
WhatsApp first updates in 2019 arrive for these users; Check What's new
The users can check TestFlight Page for availability for new WhatsApp beta slots for iOS beta apps. In the new beta version, WhatsApp is said to have allowed users to use any stickers on images, videos and GIFs. Also, any personal sticker from the private collection would be resizable as per the user's wish.

You will able to choose stickers received in your chats if you marked them as a favourite, says Wabetainfo. The beta version for iOS seeks to enable "Reply Privately" feature, which was announced earlier for Android 2.18.335 beta update. This option is now being tested for iOS. Currently, this option was available for iOS when the user wants to reply to a message from a group where he/she is no longer a participant. The Facebook-owned app has now extended this benefit to any type of participant. MobAsk.CoM

The new beta version for iOS allows users to "peek and pop cells on the section Status", says the report. This means the user can quickly see the preview of the status updates published by contacts when the device supports 3D Touch technology. Fun2INd.CoM

The latest beta version of iOS also makes managing grouped stickers easier.   WhatsApp came up with many new updates to stay ahead last year. The messaging app launched features like WhatsApp Business, WhatsApp web and desktop, WhatsApp Group calling, and WhatsApp Document sharing, among others. soas.in

WhatsApp has also built end-to-end encryption into the latest versions of its app. When end-to-end encrypted, your messages and calls are secured so only you and the person you're communicating with can read or listen to them, and nobody in between, not even WhatsApp.

In 2018, we saw several new features coming to WhatsApp that made texting easier and fun. However, some features are still spotted online and are under tests in different beta versions on iOS and Android platforms. So, in 2019, here are the new features that WhatsApp may get. Check it out. 

10 ways in which WhatsApp may change in 2019

10 ways in which WhatsApp may change in 2019
10 ways in which WhatsApp may change in 2019
​Consecutive Voice Messages: You can hear voice messages continuously
This feature will allow WhatsApp users on Android smartphones to continuously play consecutive voice messages. It will be functional when two or more voice messages are detected by WhatsApp. soas.in 

​Sticker Search: Lets you search WhatsApp Stickers easily

WhatsApp could be testing another nifty feature that could prove to be really useful for users as it will let them search for the desired sticker easily. The search feature for the sticker is said to arrive soon as it is there for emojis and gifs as well. msnTarGet.com

​Vacation or Silent mode: Muted chats stay archived when new messages arrive

Vacation Mode is a feature that was spotted a few weeks ago by WABeta Info in the iOS app and is under works. It is said to be based on the ‘Silent mode’ that has already started rolling out to a few customers. This feature archives the muted chats for as long as the user wants. 

​WhatsApp Linked accounts: Lets you recover account passwords easily

This unannounced feature lets you link your account with external services. t is aimed for the WhatsApp Business app however some references have been discovered in the regular app as well, according to WABetaInfo. mobask.com

​Dark Mode: Changes the entire look of the UI

The Dark Mode feature, as the name suggests, will turn the background of the WhatsApp chat dark. Been under works since a while now, the feature will be similar to what we have on popular apps like YouTube, Twitter, Google Maps and even Google Messages among others. This upcoming feature was spotted on both Android and iOS platforms.

​Share contact info via QR: Easier and secure way of sharing your information

The ‘Share contact info via QR’ feature aims to make sharing contact information easily. It will help you to generate a QR code that will include your contact information. Once this QR code is shared, WhatsApp will automatically fill all fields and the contact will be added in users' address book. It will work similar to the Nametag feature, which was rolled out on Instagram recently. 

​Multi-share Files: Lets you share multiple files to multiple contacts at once

With this feature, WhatsApp users will be able to share a file (PDF, audio, etc) with two or more contacts from another application. This feature will also give users a preview of the message before it is sent out. Fun2Ind.CoM

​View videos directly in the push notification: Saves you time to open the app and watch the content

Spotted in iOS, this feature will allow WhatsApp users to play videos they receive in the push notification itself and eliminate the need to open the chat.

​Ranking of contacts: Ranks contacts based on the amount of chatting

As the name suggests, this feature will allow users to rank their contacts on basis of their interaction with them. As spotted by WABetaInfo, good ranking would mean if there is an exchange of media, simple text messages will be ranked as average ranking and ignoring the message would be counted as bad ranking. soas.in

​Add contact within WhatsApp: Makes it easier for you to add contacts directly from WhatsApp

This feature will allow users to add contacts within WhatsApp itself. Once this feature is rolled out, WhatsApp will allow you to choose the country where the contact number you want to add and WhatsApp will automatically insert the country code, following which you can insert the phone number.

Losing a smartphone in today's day and age is almost a nightmare for most of us. For, so much of our data, most accounts (including banks), digital wallets, photos, chats, emails and more is in this compact device. Losing the phone means, losing not just the device but also so much of this data. 

However, in case you meet such misfortune there's lot that needs to be done. One of this is also to ensure that no stranger gets hold of your WhatsApp account. As it has become one of the most important tools of communication for most of us. And now with WhatsApp Payments rolling out, it's become all the more critical to make sure that your WhatsApp account does not get in the wrong hands. (fun2ind.com)

How to restore your WhatsApp account in case you lose your phone or its gets stolen

How to restore your WhatsApp account in case you lose your phone or its gets stolen
How to restore your WhatsApp account in case you lose your phone or its gets stolen
Here's a step-by-step guide that you need to follow in case your smartphone is lost or stolen to secure your WhatsApp account msnTarGet.CoM.

1. The first thing to do in this case is to lock your SIM card by calling your mobile service provider. Once you have done this, it will not be possible to for anyone to authenticate the account on that handset. This is because it is necessary to get an SMS or phone call to certify the account associated to your number. And since the SIM will be deactivated, the person who is in possession of your device will not be able to use it. 

2. After getting your SIM locked, you can now activate your WhatsApp on a different handset. The fastest way to do this is to use a SIM card with the same number. Remember, WhatsApp can be activated only on one device at a time on a phone number soas.in.

3. Another option is to send an email to the WhatsApp team. In case, you go for this option, include the sentence "Lost/stolen: Deactivate my account" in the body of the email, along with your phone number. Give these details with your country code. Also, remember to write your number exactly as you have it saved in your smartphone. 

One more thing to note here is that WhatsApp can also be operated using Wi-Fi even if the SIM card is not present inside the handset so it is necessary to contact WhatsApp team and get your account deactivated. As it is also not possible to disable WhatsApp from any other device. WhatsApp is not able to find the location of the lost handset. Users have a 30-day window to reactivate this account. After a month, the account will be completely erased. In case your contacts send you messages during this period, they will remain pending, but will get erased after 30 days. mobask.com

If you had backed up your chats using Google Drive, iCloud or any other cloud solution before your phone went missing, you might be able to restore your chat history.

WhatsApp is one of the most-popular messaging apps globally. Over the past many months, the Facebook-owned app has added several new security and privacy features such as two-step verification, hiding status, hiding profile pictures and more on msnTarGet.com

Another such feature is the ability to block someone on WhatsApp. But did you know that there's a workaround that can allow a person blocked on WhatsApp to send message to the person who has blocked him/her. Wonder how? Read on to find out soas.in

Note: This is not an actual way to unblock yourself. This workaround can only get you the option to start a conversation with that person again, and may be you can convince him/her to unblock you from personal chat. As the person has the option to quit the group you have become a part of with him/her. This will again leave no scope for you to connect with that person on WhatsApp. 
How to 'chat' with someone on WhatsApp after being blocked
How to 'chat' with someone on WhatsApp after being blocked
How to 'chat' with someone on WhatsApp after being blocked
Before you get going with the guide, remember that you should first know know that you have been blocked by someone. 

So, let's start with knowing if someone has blocked you: 

  • Check whether you can see that person in your WhatsApp contact list 
  • Can you look at his/her chat and other profile information or not 
  • Do you see a single tick after sending a message 
If you can't see all of these three information, it means that you have been blocked by that person.

Now, you need to create a group with that person to be able to chat with him her. And as you cannot create a new group with the person who has blocked you, you can do this in three ways: use any other phone number (most obvious), ask your mutual friends to create a group or use virtual phone number.  (Fun2Ind.CoM)

Reference: 

  • Account 1: The person blocked you 
  • Account 2: You 
  • Account 3: Mutual friend 

1. Steps to follow 

  • Open your WhatsApp  
  • Tap on three dots from the top right and tap on 'New Group' 
  • In case you are using your other number then simply add Account 3 to that group 
  • Once the group is created, open the group and top on three dots and select the option 'Group info.' 
  • Now, assign Account 3 as Admin  MobAsk.CoM
  • Ask Account 3 to add Account 1 to the group You can also ask Account 3 to leave the group once all the process is done.

Today, it takes seconds for a hoax message to spread on WhatsApp. It’s because of this spread of misinformation that several incidents of lynching have been reported in India in the past couple of months. In fact, after the lynching incidents were reported, the Indian government directed WhatsApp to take measures to resolve the spread of misinformation. On account of that WhatsApp has now restricted the forwards to only five at a time. In the last few years, most WhatsApp users must have come across hundreds of such hoax messages. There’s a new hoax message spreading in the town and you should beware of it. The message is related to “WhatsApp Gold”.

WhatsApp Gold Virus Returns: Here’s What to Do if You Receive This Hoax Message

WhatsApp Gold Virus Returns: Here’s What to Do if You Receive This Hoax Message
WhatsApp Gold Virus Returns: Here’s What to Do if You Receive This Hoax Message

What Is WhatsApp Gold and Why Should WhatsApp Users Care?

As noted, WhatsApp Gold is a hoax message which users are spreading on a massive scale. The WhatsApp Gold message is being set up by a group of scammers to fool users. With the message, the scammers are persuading the WhatsApp users to believe that there is a secret update available for them getting which they will get new features and an enhanced version of WhatsApp. Some people are also falling for it, beware.

The scammers are basically sending a link with the message to the WhatsApp users and asking them to download WhatsApp Gold, which in reality is a malware that you’re downloading the not new version of WhatsApp. This hoax message also includes the word “Martinelli”.

Well, if you have been using WhatsApp for years now, you’ll probably remember that back in 2016 a hoax message was spread with the same “Martinelli” word on it. As is the case now, Martinelli created panic attacks among the WhatsApp users then too.

This is how apparently the message read: “If you know anyone using WhatsApp you might pass on this. An IT colleague has advised that a video comes out from WhatsApp called martinelli do not open it, it hacks your phone and nothing will fix it. Spread the word.” But the reality is, there’s no video at all. The said video called martinelli doesn’t exist in real life.

What Should You Do to Avoid These Messages?

Notably, such kind of hoax messages spread very easily and similar is the case with the new one. To avoid being attacked by these hoax messages WhatsApp you should first stop forwarding them to your friends and family and avoid spreading them even further to other people. If you get such a message that promises to give you something and also comes with a link, simply ignore them. As soon as you receive such messages delete them and be alert to not click on them.

Reliance Jio vs Vodafone vs Airtel prepaid plans: After Reliance Jio entered the Indian market with their affordable prepaid bundle plans, we have seen a new tariff war between all of the Indian telecom service providers.

Reliance Jio vs Vodafone vs Airtel prepaid plans under Rs 300 with more than 1GB data per day

Reliance Jio vs Vodafone vs Airtel prepaid plans under Rs 300 with more than 1GB data per day
Reliance Jio vs Vodafone vs Airtel prepaid plans under Rs 300 with more than 1GB data per day
Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone are the three major telecom service providers in India and now have prepaid plans quite similar to one another. Here is a list of the best prepaid plans that you can get from Airtel, Vodafone or Reliance Jio under Rs 300 that offers over 1GB of daily data msnTarGet.com.

Reliance Jio Rs 299 prepaid plan

One of the best prepaid plans with data, calling and SMS benefits you can get from Reliance Jio under Rs 300, costs Rs 299. Under the Rs 299 prepaid recharge plan, Reliance Jio offers its customers 3GB of daily 4G data along with unlimited voice calls and 100 daily SMS for 28 days, which brings the data benefits up to 84GB.

Reliance Jio along with the plan offers its customers complimentary access to its long list of free online content apps like Jio TV, Jio Money, and more. Customers who exceed the 3GB daily data limit will be able to access unlimited internet with speeds of up to 64Kbps MsnTarGet.CoM.

Just know that if you are a new customer, you will have to get the Jio Prime membership at the time of purchasing a new connection. Jio Prime membership costs Rs 99 per year.

Vodafone Rs 255 prepaid plan

Vodafone has a Rs 255 prepaid plan that it lists on under its bonus card recharges. Under the plan, the company offers its users 2GB of daily 4G/3G/2G data for 28 days. Except for the daily data the company also offers its users unlimited local, STD and roaming calls within India and 100 daily SMSes. Users will be able to access the company’s Live TV, movies and more online content apps for free.

Vodafone users should take note, ‘unlimited calling’ doesn’t actually mean unlimited calling like in the case of Reliance Jio and Airtel. The plan comes with daily and weekly limits. Users can consider free calls for up to 250 minutes every day or up to 1,000 minutes per week.

Airtel Rs 249 prepaid plan

Airtel also has a similar plan to Vodafone’s Rs 255 prepaid plan, priced at Rs 249. Under the Rs 249 prepaid recharge plan, the company offers its users 2GB of daily data for 28 days. This prepaid plan comes with benefits of 56GB of 4G/3G/2G data, along with unlimited local/STD and roaming calling benefits.

Users purchasing this prepaid recharge plan will also get 100 free SMS daily along with access to all of Airtel’s digital content apps like Airtel TV, Wynk Music, etc.

How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online – Porting from one SIM to another is a very common task which is performed lots and lots of time even without the user. Following this, all the network operators in India reached the conclusion that porting must be made as easy as calling or sending SMS (Short Message Service) to a friend. Since SMS is one of the easiest and most used operational functions to perform.

How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online

How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online
How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online
There is no doubt in the fact that Reliance Jio shook the market with its Reliance Jio SIM launch on 1st September 2016. That was a remarkable day in the history of Telecom Industry of India. This made the Telecom Industry lost billions of dollars. Now without any further ado, let’s directly check the step by step guide for How To Port Vodafone To Jio/Airtel/BSNL/Idea 4G Network Online.

All of you must be knowing that there is TRAI’s central number of mobile number portability which is well known as 1900. So to port from any of the above-mentioned telecom companies to any of the above-mentioned telecom companies. You will have to send one SMS (Short Message Service) to TRAI’s central number for mobile number portability. Here, what you can do is just to type without brackets ‘PORT 98XXXXXXXX’ msnTarGet.com.

Now send this message to TRAI’s number that is 1900. Next what happens is that – You’ll receive an SMS back with a Port out code. So now, it’s time you check out all the different codes and remember them for porting the SIMs. Just to share a piece of information with you, please remember that the full form of SIM is the Subscriber Identity Module. Here’s the Port Out Code that you will need to choose.

Next, you will have to download on your Android Smartphone and generate an offer code with the help of Jio App Bundle. Get yourself a Jio SIM. You can walk into any Reliance Digital Xpress and Reliance Digital Xpress mini stores and provide them with an eKYC verification via your Aadhar Card number and get a Jio SIM. Provide the person assisting you with your port out code.

Settle any remaining payment of your old telecom provider and seamlessly get your number ported to Reliance Jio. Even when you’re porting to a new SIM card. It is mandatory that you go through a few very important steps of identity verification. If you will need to go through all such steps, then you must be thinking what remained the difference between purchasing a new SIM and buying the old one. Here’s what you seriously need to know about How To Get A Reliance Jio SIM Card and Get It Activated.
  • Send SMS to 1900 by writing PORT <Your Vodafone Mobile number>
  • Within few minutes you will receive SMS from 1901 stating UPC(Unique Porting code) which will be valid for 15 days.
  • After receiving UPC, you have to generate barcode for Jio,by downloading My Jio App.
  • Click on Get Sim option and fill all details as mentioned,then you will get the barcode.
  • Visi your nearest Jio Store with the barcode,UPC, and a valid id proof

See, any where you try to find the Answer of your query – How to Port from Vodafone to jio or Airtel to Jio Port Offer 2019, Port to Jio 4G, Jio Portability Offer, Idea to Jio Port Offer, Jio Port Offers, First Recharge after porting to Jio, how to port dolphin to Jio and Jio Phone Port etc. solutions is almost the same and has been shared on the page above.

Hopefully, by following the steps mentioned above. All you related queries must be solved. What next you can do is just to visit our other guides on msnTarGet.com Media and learn about all the important details available.

WhatsApp, a messaging platform owned by Facebook, is doing really well with over a billion users but despite its complete domination, especially in India, let's stop for a second and ask ourselves - Is WhatsApp the best messenger out there? msnTarGet.com The answer is a BIG NO! There are a lot of areas it can improve upon. Following are some of the areas where it lags behind the competition.

5 reasons why WhatsApp is not the best messaging app

5 reasons why WhatsApp is not the best messaging app
5 reasons why WhatsApp is not the best messaging app

WhatsApp degrades the image quality:

One of the major reasons behind WhatsApp success was its ability to send photos instantly. The messaging app was able to do this by compressing content. The compression led to no visible deterioration in the image files. But after a recent update, the photos received over WhatsApp are blurry and pixelated. Previously, images were reduced to 1024*768 or 1600*900 from the original resolution. But now, images with 16:9 aspect ratios are shrunk to about 800*450 while all 4:3 images have a maximum resolution of 800*600, making the transferred images useless.

Privacy:

First and foremost, WhatsApp makes phone numbers public thereby raising several privacy related issues. It's easier for any random person to get hold of your personal phone number via WhatsApp messenger. MsnTarGet.com It would be better if WhatsApp makes use of usernames and relates them to phone numbers, just the way DNS works.

WhatsApp can only be used on one device at a time:

Hard luck if you have a second smartphone or a tablet or a PC. WhatsApp can only be activated on one device. WhatsApp web is pretty much useless. Think WhatsApp's parent Facebook or Google's Hangouts, both of them can be used on multiple devices independently. It gets better with Telegram. The messenger can be used on all your devices at the same time - your messages sync seamlessly across any number of your phones, tablets or computers.

WhatsApp isn't secure:

WhatsApp's chat logs are stored on SD cards and can be easily read by other apps since majority of the people give all the access to the apps on their phones. msnTarGet.com The WhatsAppp database is a SQLite3 database which can be converted to Excel for easier access. Lately WhatsApp is using encryption to encrypt the database, so it can no longer be opened by SQLite. But, it can still be decrypted using a simple python script.

WhatsApp shares your data:

Controversy around Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data leak hasn't died down yet and WhatsApp, being part of Facebook, also has to share a burden. The platform has lost a lot of trust. WhatsApp has access to call records, it can see your pictures and listen to your audio recordings. WhatsApp also shares this data with its parent company Facebook.

A few weeks ago we learned that Facebook would soon launch an option to remove messages from a conversation that were sent by mistake. MsnTarGet.CoM A Messenger update revealed the user would have ten minutes to unsend a message, which will remove it from the conversation for both parties. The feature may already be in testing for some users, a new report reveals

Reddit user saras112 posted the following screenshot from an Android phone, which shows the option of deleting messages on Facebook Messenger for the sender or for everyone.

Facebook’s new ‘Unsend’ feature may be in testing in the Messenger app

Facebook’s new ‘Unsend’ feature may be in testing in the Messenger app
Facebook’s new ‘Unsend’ feature may be in testing in the Messenger app
As it is right now, a user can remove messages from conversations, but deleting a message wouldn’t also remove it from the recipient’s app. You can delete any message sent to anyone, no matter when it happened, but that person will still see it in the chronology of the conversation.

What you can’t do right now is remove a message for everyone, whether we’re talking about chats between two people or groups. msnTarGet.CoM Nowhere in the screenshot above is the word “unsend” used. There’s no time limit indication in the prompt above either. Again, the unsend feature will only work on the messages sent during a 10-minute window, per Facebook’s previous update. However, the user interface in the screenshot matches the unsend UI for iPhone, which was shown in a previous report:

Facebook already rolled out a similar feature for WhatsApp, although users have up to one hour to unsend a message on the other popular Facebook messaging platform. Fun2Ind.CoM It’s unclear why there’s such a big time difference between the two platforms, and Facebook will probably never explain it.

San Francisco: After experimenting to bring changes to the user interface (UI) of Messenger, Facebook is finally testing a dark mode for the messaging app and platform in some countries.

Facebook Messenger has over one billion monthly active users and back in May 2018, at the company`s F8 developer convention, the Messenger team announced they were working on a redesign for the application (msnTarGet.com).

Facebook testing new mode: What it is and how it will work

Facebook testing new mode: What it is and how it will work
Facebook testing new mode: What it is and how it will work
"So far as we can tell in our own testing, the US isn`t included. As a result, we aren`t entirely sure what it looks like, either.

"If you are in a supported country, based on the screenshot provided, a new `Dark Mode` setting should appear in the `Me` section of the app. MsnTarGet.CoM A warning detailing that the new dark mode is still a work in progress will also appear -- though it isn`t immediately clear if that message appears when toggling the setting, or when loading the section which contains it," the Android Police reported late on Tuesday.

The dark mode for Messenger has been widely anticipated since the social networking giant announced a new, simplified UI called Messenger 4 at its F8 annual developer conference in October 2018.

Google has also confirmed that dark mode on Android phones uses less power and saves battery life.

Dark mode essentially changes the overall color theme of an operating system (OS) or applications to the color black.

We take a look at the sub Rs. 200 prepaid plans from the three top telecom operators Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, and Vodafone in India.
If you are looking for the best prepaid plan offers under Rs. 400 in Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone the read on to know which telecom company provides the best benefits with greater number of validity plan.

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid plans under Rs. 200 and Top Prepaid plans under Rs. 400 compared

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid plans under Rs. 200 and Top Prepaid plans under Rs. 400 compared
Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid plans under Rs. 200 and Top Prepaid plans under Rs. 400 compared

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid plans under Rs. 200 compared

Ever since Reliance Jio entered the telecom scene, it has been a cut-throat competition with two of the biggest telecom operators in India - Bharti Airtel and Vodafone. 

Airtel and Vodafone recently revamped their Rs. 199 prepaid plans to increase the amount of data they used to provide daily previously. Reliance Jio is looking to rule the telecom game and that's why we are going to take a look at the sub Rs. 200 prepaid plans from the three top telecom operators Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, and Vodafone in India.

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Under Rs. 200 recharges compared

Airtel Rs. 199 prepaid plan

After Airtel revamped their RS. 199 plan, the benefits now include 1.5GB of 4G/3G data daily for 28 days which comes to a total of 42GB data for 28 days.

Other benefits include unlimited local, roaming and STD calls, 100 SMS messages a day and post data limit the speed will be reduced to 64kbps.

Reliance Jio Rs. 198 and Rs. 149 prepaid plan

Jio offers 2GB daily data for 28 days, which is 56GB of data. In addition, the benefits also include unlimited voice calls and 100 SMS messages a day, and complimentary subscription to Jio apps.

For those who are looking at a lower value can also go for Jio's Rs. 149 prepaid plan which offers 1.4GB of daily data which is 42GB of data. Validity is for 28 days and the rest benefits remain the same as the Rs. 198 prepaid plan.

Vodafone Rs. 199 and Rs. 169 prepaid plan

Vodafone also has a similar Rs. 199 prepaid plan which offers identical benefits as Bharti Airtel's Rs. 199 prepaid plan. The difference here is the calls are not unlimited. Vodafone provides free calling for 250 minutes a day or 1000 minutes a week, post which calls will be charged at 1 paise per second till it resets at midnight. Other benefits include 100 free SMS messages a day. Plan validity is for 28 days.

Vodafone also has an Rs. 169 prepaid plan which provides the same calling and messaging benefits, and 1GB of daily data for 28 days.

Airtel vs Jio vs Vodafone: Best prepaid recharge plans under Rs. 400 compared

Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone face tough competition in the budget prepaid recharge segment. All the three telecom giants provide similar plans with similar benefits. Here in this post, we try to compare best-prepaid recharge plans from Airtel, Jio, and Vodafone. 

Reliance Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone Rs. 399 prepaid plans compared

Airtel Rs. 399 prepaid plan

The Rs. 399 Airtel prepaid plan offers 1 GB of data per day along with unlimited local/STD, roaming calls and 100 free SMS daily. The validity of the pack is for 84 days.

Vodafone Rs. 399 prepaid plan

The Vodafone offers benefits similar to Airtel's. In the plan, Vodafone provides the same 1GB of Data along with 100 daily SMS and unlimited voice calling with 84 days validity plan.

Reliance Jio Rs. 399 prepaid plan

While Reliance Jio offers more data but with similar calling and messaging benefits. The 399 Reliance Jio pack provides 1.5GB of 4G data along with unlimited voice calls and 100 daily SMS. The validity for Reliance Jio 399 plan is similar to Airtel's - 84 days. Undoubtedly Reliance Jio wins the prepaid plan war in Rs. 399 segment.

Reliance Jio vs Airtel vs Vodafone Rs. 349 prepaid plans compared

Airtel Rs. 349 prepaid plan

In the 349 Airtel prepaid plan, it offers unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calls along with 100 free SMS. Under the plan, it provides 3 GB of high-speed internet data daily with a validity of 28 days.

Vodafone Rs. 349 prepaid plan

Vodafone in its Rs. 349 prepaid plan offers exactly similar benefits like Airtel with 28 days validity.

Reliance Jio Rs. 349 prepaid plan

While, Jio offers the same 1.5 GB daily data along with unlimited local, STD and roaming voice calling. It also provides 100 SMS free per day in the validity of 70 days. 

Under Rs. 349 plan if you are looking to get more high-speed data then, Airtel and Vodafone would be the best choice but if your internet usage per day is less then Reliance Jio's Rs. 349 prepaid plan will be best suited for you.

Facebook-owned instant messaging platform, WhatsApp has become highly popular across the world and has over one billion downloads just on Google Play Store. Add to that the downloads on Apple's App Store and WhatsApp stands way ahead of any other messaging app. 2018 was an important year for the company as it tackled the criticism for not being able to stop the spread of fake news while bringing in new features and updates for the users. Most of these features like WhatsApp Stickers, forward label and group calls were welcomed by the users. 

In 2018, WhatsApp also made its debut on feature phones with Reliance JioPhone 2. The device introduced the platform to feature phone users and, soon Reliance Jio also extended the support for the social social messaging app on to JioPhone as well.

WhatsApp users alert! App to stop after Dec 31! Is your smartphone OS on list?

in a big setback, the good days for some users might be over soon as the company has announced a list of operating systems for which it will soon end support. WhatsApp users alert! App to stop after Dec 31! Is your smartphone OS on list?
in a big setback, the good days for some users might be over soon as the company has announced a list of operating systems for which it will soon end support. WhatsApp users alert! App to stop after Dec 31! Is your smartphone OS on list?
However, in a big setback, the good days for some users might be over soon as the company has announced a list of operating systems for which it will soon end support. The list includes all the devices running on Nokia S40. The company has made it clear that the users won’t be able to use WhatsApp on this operating system from December 31, 2018. The users also need to keep in mind that WhatsApp has stopped developing features for this platform which means that some existing features too can stop working at any time on devices running Nokia S40.

Apart from this, WhatsApp has also announced that it will end support for Android versions 2.3.7 and older as well as iPhone iOS 7 and older after February 1, 2020.

The company said that this decision was taken as it won't be developing features for these platforms in future. WhatsApp added that it wants to focus on mobile platforms that will used by majority users for next seven years.

"The decision was taken because we will no longer be actively developing for these platforms and some features might stop functioning at any time. When we look ahead to our next seven years, we are looking to focus our efforts on the mobile platforms that a vast majority of people use. These platforms/phones don't offer the kind of capabilities WhatsApp needs to expand its features in the future," WhatsApp said in a statement.

Last year, WhatsApp had ended support for Windows Phone 8.0, BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10 on December 31, 2017.

The revelation this past week that Facebook has been sharing what you do on the site with other companies like Microsoft and Amazon has led a number of us to start considering (perhaps not for the first time) deleting Facebook and other apps owned by the company like Instagram and WhatsApp.

If you delete Instagram, your photos go along with it. That is, unless you back them up first.

How to Download All Your Instagram Pictures

How to Download All Your Instagram Pictures
How to Download All Your Instagram Pictures
Downloading your Instagram photos and creating a backup somewhere is a good idea in general, even if you’re not considering leaving the platform. That said, if you are considering leaving then it’s something you definitely want to do. Here’s how to make it happen:

First, launch the Instagram app on your phone and then tap on the profile button at the bottom right side of the page. From there, tap the Menu button (the three line stacked on top of each other) at the top-right of the screen and select “Settings” from the drop-down menu (it’s at the very bottom).

Toward the middle of the next menu, you’ll see a listing for “Data download.” Select that and then tap “Request download.”

The download won’t happen instantly. Instead, Instagram will email you when your photos are officially ready to download and will include a link for you to grab them. The process can take up to 48 hours, so strap in and be ready to wait.

Once you’ve got everything backed up, you can delete your account freely without worrying that you’ll lose a favorite pic.

WhatsApp Stickers - a feature that was released earlier this year by the Facebook-owned instant messaging app - has become a huge hit among the users. In fact, the most searched ‘how to’ in India in 2018 was the "how to send stickers on WhatsApp." The feature became more popular after the social media giant introduced a Diwali sticker pack, especially designed for the Indian users. Now, to enhance the user experience, the platform has come up with a new feature to make its users' Christmas and New Year celebrations better than ever before. 

The new update allows the users to personalise their WhatsApp stickers. The messaging app will now allow the users to convert any image and selfie into a sticker and send it to their friends, relatives, and colleagues. For this, the users will have to download and use ‘Sticker Studio – Sticker Maker for WhatsApp’.

WhatsApp trick: Here is how to turn images, selfies into Stickers

Now, to enhance the user experience, the platform has come up with a new feature to make its users' Christmas and New Year celebrations better than ever before. WhatsApp trick: Here is how to turn images, selfies into Stickers
Now, to enhance the user experience, the platform has come up with a new feature to make its users' Christmas and New Year celebrations better than ever before. WhatsApp trick: Here is how to turn images, selfies into Stickers

How to turn images, selfies into WhatsApp Stickers?

1. Go to Google Play Store and download ‘Sticker maker for WhatsApp’ app on your phone.

2. Open the app and select 'Create a new sticker pack' option. 

3. Give a name to the sticker app.

4. Add the sticker pack's icon and select the next tray to add customised WhatsApp Sticker

5. The app will ask the users to take a photo or import one from the gallery. 

6. Select and image and crop it if required. 

7. Save the image and add more customised stickers using the above-mentioned steps. 

8. Publish the stickers pack. 

9. The users will get an option to add the pack to their WhatsApp account. Accept and open the chat. 

10. Send these customised stickers to WhatsApp contacts.

WhatsApp Stickers were released this year as a 'new way for people to express themselves with stickers'. "Whether with a smiling teacup or a crying broken heart, stickers help you share your feelings in a way that you can't always express with words. To start, we're launching sticker packs created by our designers at WhatsApp and a selection of stickers from other artists," the company had said in a blog post. 

With over 220 million active users, WhatsApp is unarguable one of the most used applications in India, being used not just for texting, but also voice and video calling, conferencing and even making transactions.

2018 has, however, been a tough year for the instant messaging platform as it came under scrutiny for the spread of fake news and misinformation.

Nevertheless, we saw a bunch of new features on the application that do make the chatting experience much better. Here are some of them:

What were some of the new features WhatsApp introduced in 2018? Here’s a list

From stickers to letting users know about how much data it collects, here are some of the top features that were introduced by WhatsApp in 2018. What were some of the new features WhatsApp introduced in 2018? Here’s a list
From stickers to letting users know about how much data it collects, here are some of the top features that were introduced by WhatsApp in 2018. What were some of the new features WhatsApp introduced in 2018? Here’s a list

WhatsApp stickers

Possibly the biggest feature from WhatsApp this year, stickers were also one of the top searched things on Google.

While what it does is very simple, it’s very vibrant and dynamic in doing so. Other instant messaging platforms have had this feature for quite a while, but WhatsApp made it available only recently, in October.

You can find WhatsApp stickers in an icon right next to the emoji and GIF icons in the emoji menu. You are then greeted with three tabs—one with your recent stickers, second with your favourites and the third containing all the stickers. There’s also a “plus” icon in the corner that allows you to add more stickers to WhatsApp via a sticker store.

You can also make your own WhatsApp stickers by using the guide present on WhatsApp’s blog.

This might require some amount of experience with Adobe Photoshop and basic image editing. The stickers need to have a resolution of exactly 512x512 pixels and should have a file size of less than 100kb. We are sure once you get the hang of it, you’ll be making memes in no time.

WhatsApp data collection

Data privacy has become a major concern mainly after some major tech companies were shown to compromise user data without their consent. To address this and meet EU’s data privacy guidelines, WhatsApp started offering the users the ability to download all the data that the platform has collected on them. You can see the data gathered by WhatsApp by going to Settings > Account > Request Account Info. Then you will be redirected to a page where you have to click Request Report.

WhatsApp group calling

WhatsApp calling has been around for nearly two years now, but the instant messaging app only recently launched the WhatsApp video and voice group calling feature to its users. With the help of this feature, users can make conference calls with up to four participants. WhatsApp also recently introduced a button that lets users make conference calls with the tap of a button.

WhatsApp UPI payments

The most underrated feature of this year. The feature first made its way to beta in February and has been stuck there ever since. WhatsApp users with the final build can get a taste of it through invitations sent by people currently using the feature.

The feature uses United Payments Interface to make payments instantly, be it sending, receiving or even requesting money.

Since it hasn’t received an official approval from the Reserve Bank of India, WhatsApp has restricted this feature to beta and invitations. But I personally find it extremely convenient since having a payments interface on a chat app doesn’t require installing another app. The registration process is also very straightforward, even for first time users. And not to forget the massive reach WhatsApp has in India.

Picture-in-Picture

When you click on a video link sent by someone on WhatsApp, the system instantly triggers the corresponding app to open. With the PiP feature, you can watch the videos in a box hovering over the chat window, saving you multiple taps on the recents button. The feature works with third-party video apps like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Tumblr . You can confirm whether the media supports PiP (or not) by looking out for a blurred version of the thumbnail as well as the platform logo. If it’s present, it means the content supports PiP.

“Forwarded” label and forwarding restrictions

WhatsApp was in the government’s radar for several incidents related to fake news and misinformation this year. To address the issue, WhatsApp put up restrictions on message forwarding like removing the quick forward button which was present right next to media messages.

Further, it also added a “forwarded” label in front every message forwarded by you or other users. While it seems like a serious action, it is still to be seen how much of an impact these features have made to curb the spread of misinformation and fake news.

Group chats

The interface of WhatsApp groups received quite a few important updates, mainly centred around group administrators and creators. WhatsApp added group descriptions and the ability to remove admins from a group. Group creators can also restrict the admins they choose

Media visibility in library

Till June, photos, videos or audio messages received on WhatsApp showed up in the library. There were a few workarounds, but not everyone wants their image gallery to be filled with good morning messages.

WhatsApp fixed this behaviour by introducing a feature that lets users define which media shows up in their media library.

WhatsApp allows users to use the instant messaging application on desktop through WhatsApp Web. The web.whatsapp.com allows you to mirror your WhatsApp on the desktop by scanning QR code. The extension automatically syncs all your messages on your phone and even lets you send and receive text messages, videos and photos.

WhatsApp Web has become smarter with new features. Just this week, WhatsApp added picture-in-picture update for desktop users. The feature allows users to watch shared videos right within the application. Right now, WhatsApp Web supports PiP mode for shared videos and is likely to add support for videos shared via Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.

How to use WhatsApp Web on your desktop, fix connection issues for Android users

How to use WhatsApp Web on your desktop, fix connection issues for Android users
How to use WhatsApp Web on your desktop, fix connection issues for Android users

How to pair your phone with WhatsApp Web

  • Open web.whatsapp.com on your desktop browser.
  • Open WhatsApp on your phone and go to Menu > WhatsApp Web.
  • Open in-app scanner on your phone and scan the QR code on the browser.
  • To log out of the desktop, go to Settings on WhatsApp Web > logout from all computers.

How to troubleshoot connection issues

  • Phone and desktop need to have strong and active internet connection to use WhatsApp Web.
  • If you see “Computer not connected” prompt on your screen, ensure your phone or PC has active internet connection.
  • To reset internet connection on phone, turn on and off mobile data.
  • You can also reset network settings to reactivate internet on your device.
  • If that does not work, hit refresh on your browser.
  • You can also log out and log back into reactivate the WhatsApp Web.
Note that WhatsApp Web works on select browsers like Firefox and Chrome. It does not support dated browsers like Internet Explorer.

In one of its latest updates Facebook-owned messaging app, WhatsApp is again working on adding another feature for its iOS users. In a bid to make messages more secure, WhatsApp is planning to add another layer of security. 

After finally introducing the Picture-in-Picture feature for Android users in India, WhatsApp is all set to roll out the feature for WhatsApp Web as well. 

Secure your WhatsApp chats with this feature - WhatsApp Picture-in-Picture feature for desktop users find out how it works

Secure your WhatsApp chats with this feature - WhatsApp Picture-in-Picture feature for desktop users find out how it works
Secure your WhatsApp chats with this feature - WhatsApp Picture-in-Picture feature for desktop users find out how it works

Secure your WhatsApp chats with this feature; here is the latest update

In one of its latest updates Facebook-owned messaging app, WhatsApp is again working on adding another feature for its iOS users. In a bid to make messages more secure, WhatsApp is planning to add another layer of security. A Touch ID support to the app would be added to lock the app on the users' phone in order to protect the users' private messages.

According to a report by Fun2Ind.CoM / MsnTarGet.CoM / MobAsk.CoM / Soas.in, WhatsApp is working on the feature and it is currently in high alpha stage. This means that the feature is still under development and is not yet ready for testing.

After the feature is rolled out for the users, a new option in the Privacy Settings-Touch ID would be seen. His feature will another level of protection to the users' chats. The feature will also show FaceID option if the users' smartphone supports FaceID.

The messaging app will ask the users to enter the iPhone passcode, just like the phone's lock system in case the Face ID or the Touch ID stops working. According to the report, no information about the users' fingerprint or passcode would be shared with WhatsApp. The feature sounds more like an iOS update.

As per the report, feature would supports iPhone models like- Phone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, iPhone X, iPhone XR and iPhone XS.

In another update, WhatsApp has finally introduced the Picture-in-Picture feature for Android users in India. This feature has been in testing mode for Android since October and until now, it was in the beta stage. The Picture-in-Picture feature on WhatsApp was only available for the iPhone users since the beginning of this year.

WhatsApp to roll out Picture-in-Picture feature for desktop users; find out how it works

After finally introducing the Picture-in-Picture feature for Android users in India, WhatsApp is all set to roll out the feature for WhatsApp Web as well. This feature has been in testing mode for Android since October and until now, it was in the beta stage. The Picture-in-Picture feature on WhatsApp was only available for the iPhone users since the beginning of this year.

According to media reports, the Facebook-owned messaging app is rolling out PiP mode in phases for WhatsApp Web users globally with the latest version 0.3.1846. The users do not have to install the update manually, instead, the PiP mode would be automatically updated once the update is available.

This feature will make multitasking easier with your smartphone as well as with your desktop/ laptop. The WhatsApp PiP feature allows the users to message other users while watching YouTube videos and using other apps in the phone. Until now, a user could not message on WhatsApp and watch YouTube at the same time, but now PiP will help the users to operate multiple features on the single screen at the simultaneously.

How to get PiP feature for your desktop:

  • Update your WhatsApp web to version 0.3.1846.
  • Once the update is done, the users need to navigate to any chat where he/she have received any link of video.
  • The user will find a video card with a blurred thumbnail image along with the platform logo. They have to tap on that.
  • Once tapped, the video would be played on the top half of the WhatsApp chat window.
  • An option of watching the video in full-screen would also be available.
Notably, once the user exits the WhatsApp Web, the video will stop playing.

How PiP works on smartphones

The PiP feature which was only available for Android users in beta has now been rolled out to all Android users via the WhatsApp version 2.18.380. With the help of this feature, a user will be able to watch YouTube videos or scroll through Facebook and other apps in a small window that would appear in a corner of the phone's screen keeping the WhatsApp chat at the background. As per the convenience, the user will be able to adjust the placement of the small window on the screen.

To get this feature on smartphone, the Android users will have to update their WhatsApp to the latest version via Google Play store. Users will automatically enjoy the feature after updating the app.

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