Facebook-owned instant messaging app WhatsApp has launched a new sticker pack in India to commemorate this year’s Father’s Day. The sticker pack, named “Papa Mere Papa,” has got its name from a popular Bollywood song. The sticker pack was initially rolled out for India and Indonesia but has now been launched across the globe. The sticker pack has been launched just in time for this year’s Father’s Day that falls on Sunday, 20 June. Users who want to with their … Continue Reading
Tinder Block Contacts feature: The company has recently rolled out a nifty new feature on its dating platform that can save users from some truly embarrassing moments. This new feature enables Tinder users to block a contact on the dating site using a user’s phone contacts.
In a recent survey, Tinder found out that over 40% of respondents have come across an ex-partner on a dating app. In the survey, the company also found out that 24% of the respondents
NEW DELHI, May 26: Taking the user privacy war to the court over new IT rules, Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the Indian government in the Delhi High Court, saying that user privacy is in its DNA and requiring messaging apps to “trace” chats undermines people’s right to privacy.
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) had asked social media platforms to abide by the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules,
Instagram recently added a new feature to its platform that enables users to add pronouns to their profiles. The feature enables users to display their gender identities on their Instagram profiles.
The image-sharing platform in a post on Twitter said that users can add up to four pronouns on their Instagram profiles. “Add up to 4 pronouns and edit or remove them any time. You can also choose to display pronouns to only people who follow you,” the company in
WhatsApp is arguably the most popular encrypted messaging service in the world as of today, but the Facebook-owned company courted controversy and considerable criticism earlier this year when it announced that it was revising its terms of service. After several users downloaded alternatives like the open-source Signal Private Messenger service, WhatsApp delayed the final date to accept the revised terms to May 15 – which is just around the corner.
While it was previously thought that WhatsApp would delete your