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Step by step guide to get your ex back through messaging

07/09/2016

There is nothing worse than having a relationship end when you are still in love with the person. You may have made a mistake and want to beg for forgiveness. Your ex may just be tired of the constant fighting. If you want to get your ex back, here is a step by step guide to get your ex back through texting using just three moves. Continue Reading…

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How to use new font FixedSys in your WhatsApp messages

15/08/2016

new whatsapp font FixedSys

Developers are constantly working hard to improve WhatsApp and although it may not be headline news, the new font FixedSys has now been rolled out to both Android and iOS users. It may not seem like a big deal but it’s an improvement which can make messaging a little more exciting.

The new FixedSys font is activated by using a specific combination of characters, just as italics, bold and strikethrough are. In order to use the new font, your message should be written with three backticks either side of the message.

Example: ”’Your message here”’

By doing so, you will notice and will be able to compare the difference to other messages which are written using the standard WhatsApp font. This isn’t a particularly efficient or user-friendly way of using fonts and is a little awkward. However, it’s unlikely that WhatsApp will introduce easier ways of doing so therefore it’s doubtful that users will use alternative fonts or text formatting that much.

How to include backticks in your messages on iOS and Android

On iOS: To include backticks in your messages when using an iPhone or an iPad, switch the on-screen keyboard to the numbers keypad then hold down the apostrophe until the backtick appears.

On Android: All Android devices are different therefore the method is not always the same and is generally based on the type of phone. You will therefore need to find the backtick by going through all three on-screen keyboard modes (alphabet, numbers and symbols) until you find the relevant key.

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WhatsApp security system: the truth about the end-to-end encryption

22/07/2016

This article will be an all-inclusive guide to understanding WhatsApp security new system. We will explain in detail the new end-to-end encryption.

WhatsApp Security end to end encryption

WhatsApp security has had issues in the past. There were many threats on the WhatsApp security system because of exploits in glitches. Not too long ago it was discovered that you could crash someone’s app by sending a 7-megabyte message or a 2-megabyte message with special characters. Continue Reading…