The phone is incomplete with any applications and a few years ago, we met WhatsApp one of the best and most selling chatting application. This application have failed the other clients and now, this software is quite famous. It is now acquired by Facebook and they have bought it for millions of dollars. Anyway, the application has been improved day by day and today, the company did made an announcement regarding the addition of a new feature.
WhatsApp has now enabled the Blue Tick option and when the Blue Double Tick appears in front of your screen it indicates that your message has now been seen by the user on the other side.
If you are in a group, then your message will give two Blue Double ticks only when all the members of this group have seen your message. This application is available for almost every major operating system. It is available for Android, iOS, Symbian S60, Windows Phone and many more. Till now, we have seen the there are two double tick marks present on the side of a sent message and it indicated that the message has been delivered, but we didn’t come to know that the message has been read by someone unless the person on the other hand comes online and replies.
This is a very useful feature included by the company. WhatsApp is becoming more and more advanced these days. It is sure that, there are some security holes in the system, but still it is the best chatting application present out there for free. So, to use this feature you have to use the Message Info.
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The Message Info will come up when you press the last message for a long time. Then, click on the info logo and now, you are in heaven. If you see delivered, then your media is being delivered but not seen. If it is seen it will tell you as seen. Also, today WhatsApp turned Five and thus, they have done a lot to the people in terms of communication. Just keep your devices updated with the latest version of WhatsApp and you will come to know about this feature. So, do stay tuned while we check cover more technology news