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WhatsApp is Now on Web

alternatives-using-whatsapp-on-pcWhatsApp, massive destination for those who are seeking in the best instant messaging App. Now this awesome software platform is available on Web also. So it is possible to access your WhatsApp account on your laptop, PC, mobiles and tablets all at once. Here a review will reveal the web part of the WhatsApp and know how to use the it.

How to use WhatsApp on your PC and laptop:

1.Web version of WhatsApp will not support the browsers apart Chrome browser. Already the mobile based WhatsApp available only for Android, Blackberry and windows users not for iOS users. Using WhatsApp on the web is little bit tough process, to begin this process make sure your laptop or PC engaged with the Chrome browser or Not. If not, launch the Chrome Browser on your PC or Laptop. Once you’ve launched the chrome browser open it and you would find QR code pop up screen, you do not need a QR reader installed on your phone to read this. You will need to request the desktop site in Chrome’s setting in case you are a tablet user.It won’t work in Chrome on an iPad, even if you have an Android phone.

2. Launch WhatsApp on your phone and click the three dots at the top right to access more options, then choose WhatsApp on the web. A QR reader will then open on your phone; point this at your PC screen to read the code and be automatically logged into WhatsApp on the web.

3. User interface of the web Whatsapp is familiar to the WhatsApp phone users, but you should take a keen look at desktop notifications. On there you may want to switch off in the settings menu if your system under in shared condition to enhance the privacy. As on the phone, by tapping the three-dot icon brings up more options. From there select notifications and then deselect Desktop Alerts and Sounds.

4. Starting a new conversation is slightly different on the desktop. The conversation interface matches the mobile version of Whatsapp with emoticon and mic icons sitting either side of the bottom text-entry field, and a paperclip icon at the top to attach files. As on the phone you get the single, twin- and blue-tick system to show whether messages have been sent, delivered and read.

Once you’ve connected your mobile and computer, you are able to manage your logged in computer from your mobile itself. Now you can easily log out from the PC which you are using for Whatsapp access, if you want to log in to the same Pc you need to use the QR code process.

Enjoy the instant messaging service on web in a better way to switch on your Wi-Fi if you’re a heavy WhatsApp user.

Facebook has bought popular messaging app WhatsApp for $19bn

facebook-and-whats-app-join-hands1Facebook has bought popular messaging app WhatsApp for $19bn, what is the key reason behind this biggest acquisition, why did Facebook buy messaging app’s giant WhatsApp?

Facebook’s official added news about this acquisition, that’s the shared mission of Facebook and WhatsApp’s bring more connectivity and utility to the world wide users by delivering efficient and affordable internet services, which will escalates growth of both companies.

For this Facebook paid $16bn for WhatsApp, which consists of $4bn in cash and $12bn in shares. There’s also a further $3bn will be granted to WhatsApp’s founders and employees.

So far What’sApp gained 450 million users across the world with 70 percent of them active on any one day and the service has more than one million users being added every day, both having a common goal that’s to connect people.

Now WhatsApp is on a path to connect 1 billion people, this will be an awesome platform to reach more said Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder and CEO.

Numerous recent report say that the Facebook suggesting by younger users as uncool platform, Those because of more parents joining, WhatApp provide more privacy for these users from the older generation and also allows more direct way of communicating with friends.

What about the WhatsApp and Facebook users? You might imagine that Facebook will merge to WhatsApp with its own messaging service, but t is not possible in this case, WhatsApp and Facebook’s existing Messenger app will continue to operate as standalone applications.
So the Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp will work separately but both escalate the growth of Facebook and let it go forwards.

Though Facebook never bought its messaging app, WhatsApp users won’t get any interruption in their messaging and they can enjoy the services continuously.

Whatever happens we can enjoy both the platforms continuously.

Best Way to Share Your Snapshots over the Social Media- Phantom

Now a mobile application will allow you to share your snapshots in secured way over the social media such as the Facebook or Twitter, the name of this app is Phantom. Let’s read this review to know more about the working of this app.

It allows you to take stills, record a video or you can also select your favorite image from your mobile gallery then add your comments and edit using drawing tools similar as snap chat, but the Phantom allows you to do some configuration such as how long the content will live, period, as well as how many viewers it can have.snapchat

But the snapchat just offer time to control the viewers of this image. You can also limit the number of users and the snapchat also does the same but the difference is you can share your image over many public networks such as the Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Word Press and Blogger and you can also find many public networks under the more option such as Tumblr, Pinterest, Whatsapp, LINE, Telegram, Movable Type, iMessage/SMS or email.snaphack

So you can share everywhere and anywhere. Phantom also takes the ban board against taking screenshots of other users’ images, if anyone does it, they will be automatically banned from Phantom, and will be reported to the user whose privacy was violated.

So the Phantom is available for both iphone and Android platforms and gets this application or downloads this app from the iTunes and Google Play. This wonderful app will allow you share more snapshots videos over the Social media in the most secure way, of course more apps do the same but the Phantom will differentiate in working and gives more sophistication to all without violating the others privacy.

So download it freely and share all your snaps over the social media under the secure roof.


Biggest Social Networking Company Purchase WhatsApp

Facebook Inc.’s purchase of mobile messaging service Whatsapp Inc. for $19 billion in stock and cash is by far the company’s largest acquisition and bigger than any which Microsoft, Google or Apple had ever done.



WhatsApp being the leader among Smartphone based messaging apps which is sweeping all across Asia, North America and Europe is known to appeal to many users especially teens who tend to avoid the mainstream social networks.

Facebook favors WhatsApp for its audience of young adults as well as teenagers who are using the service to get engaged in online conversation outside Facebook that has evolved into a mainstream hangout by parents, bosses at work and grandparents as well.

Fackbook Acquires WhatsApp For $16 Billion

WhatsApp messaging service for Smartphone enables users to chat with their phone contacts both one on one as well as in groups. Moreover, the service enables people to send texts, photos, video and voice recordings across the internet and also permits users to communicate with people overseas at no charge for costly international text and phone calls.

Founder and Employees granted Restricted Stock

The world’s biggest social networking company will be paying $12 billion in Facebook stock and $4 billion in cash for WhatApps, it was reported. In addition to it, the app’s founder and employees which are around 55 in all will also be granted restricted stock worth $3 billion which will vest four years later after the closure of the deal. The deal is expected to close somewhere later this year.

WhatsApp, Separate Service for Facebook


Gartner analyst Brian Blau comments saying that `this is a bet on the future for Facebook and they are aware that they have to expand their business line. WhatsApp is in the business of collecting people’s conversation and hence Facebook is going to get some great data’. Facebook, it has been reported saying, that it will keep WhatsApp as a separate service similar to Instagram which it bought for around $715.3 million two years ago and WhatsApp has more than 450 million monthly active users while twitter in comparison had 241 million users by the end of 2013.

“According to CEO, Mark Zucherberg, WhatsApp seems to be on the path to reach a billion users”