How to View & Use Multiple Messaging Services From One Location. (Messenger, WhatsApp, Twitter, Discord, etc)
A short tutorial showing you how to quickly and easily combine up to 60 different messaging apps/clients/services into a single easy to use location. Popular services such as Slack, WhatsApp, WeChat, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, Google Hangouts, GroupMe, Skype and many more.
A short tutorial for WhatsApp users on Windows 10, Linux and MacOS who want to use multiple accounts at the same time. A quick and easy way to use your personal WhatsApp account alongside your work one or any other account you may need to use.
A short tutorial showing you how to enable dark mode ‘aka’ night mode on WhatsApp for Windows 10. A really easy way to get a dark theme for the Windows 10 WhatsApp client. If you have gradually been converting your operating system and other programs and apps, this is another great addition.
A short tutorial showing you how to make the phone number that is linked to your Telegram account private once again. After Telegrams latest update all hidden numbers were switched over to public/contacts display.
A short tutorial showing you how to block or restrict group chat invites in WhatsApp. A great way to prevent people from randomly adding you to group chats all the time or alternatively restrict who can invite you to group chats.
A short tutorial showing you how to prevent media content (photos and videos) showing up in your Android phone’s gallery. A feature of WhatsApp that is enabled by default which saves all downloaded content from WhatsApp to a folder on your device.
A short tutorial showing you how to use WhatsApp’s new Reply Privately feature, which allows you to reply to any message in a group chat in private, so only you and the sender can see.
If you often find yourself getting lost, with your friends having to come rescue you, you will love WhatsApps location sharing feature. Using this feature you will no longer have to painfully describe your current location to your friends. “I’m under the tall tree next to the green sign”
How to Delete WhatsApp Messages From a Recipient's Inbox After You’ve Sent Them. (Unsend WhatsApp Messages)
It has been a long time coming but now, it’s finally here! A way to unsend messages on WhatsApp. And not just a delayed timer like Gmail implemented for emails, this is the full ability to remove a sent message from a recipient's inbox. The feature everyone who's tasted alcohol dreams of! Undoing regret!
If you don’t want to lash out and purchase a program like Sony Vegas or Techsmith's Camtasia, there are tools available online for free that will allow you to remove background noise and congestion from your audio files. This guide will cover two easy to use options anyone can use online for free.
Learn how to significantly reduce your Snapchat mobile data usage levels with Snapchat’s Travel Mode option.
Several ways you can reduce Facebook Messengers data usage levels on your mobile devices. Potentially saving you big $.
Learn how to use VLC media player to record your desktop. (Screen Capture) Another overlooked feature of this great lightweight program.
If you need to monitor your mobile data usage and reduce it where ever possible, this guide will show you how to reduce the overall data use of WhatsApp on both Android and iOS devices.
A guide showing you how to fix any connection errors that are preventing your WhatsApp App from working like it should. For both Android and iOS devices.
A guide showing you how to activate the New Two-Step Verification security measure on WhatsApps for Both Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. Another layer of protection to keep your data and conversations secure.
Use the new feature added to WhatsApp, that allows you to search and send GIF files directly from GIPHY or TENOR depending on your region.
A simple how to guide showing two methods for blocking unwanted calls on WhatsApp Messenger Android.
A tutorial that shows you how to use the new feature added to WhatsApp, which allows you to send GIF files you’ve downloaded from the internet or create them directly on your phone camera, using the in-app video recorder.