After the long wait WhatsApp will be adding a new and long-awaited feature we have all been hoping for!
The new WhatsApp update will prevent lots of awkward situations that I’m sure has happened to most if not all of us.
There is 2 new updates one has just been released and the second one is to follow.
First update is that you can now deactivate the read receipts!
What this means is that someone can send you a message they will get 2 ticks but they will not turn blue even though you have read the message.
How can you do this you ask?
Step 1 Go to your WhatsApp settings
Step 2 Go to Account
Step 3 Go to Privacy
Step 4 You will see an option with a toggle button next to it that says “Read Receipts” just turn it off and that’s it.
Now for the BIG Update coming out very soon to IOS and Android
The new update ill allow its users in the first 2 minutes of sending the message you can recall it even after it has been delivered.
What this means is if you have sent a message by mistake or need to edit it you have 2 minutes to recall your message but only if the receiver has not read it already.
This will save us a lot of embarrassing moments.
We are really looking forward to this big WhatsApp update
The London-based designer Olly Gibbs visited the Rijksmuseum in Amesterdam.
While he was going through the museum he started to notice those unamused faces in the portrait gallery lucky for him he had his FaceApp enabled Smartphone with him.
For the people who have not used it before it basically puts a smile on almost any face.
Thanks to Olly’s edits he’s put a more positive smile on those classical art paintings.
Reza Parastesh was out driving in Hamedan Iran when people started stopping him in the steet and many photograph hunters were after a selfie, police got involved and had to stop the chaos to clear traffic and crowd’s surrounding him.
They impounded his car and took him to the station.
The resemblance between him and Lionel Messi is so uncanny that leading news outlets have used his photographs.
Reza Parasteshis, left is the spitting image of his sporting hero Lionel Messi pictured on the right.
The student was reluctant at first but has perfected his Lionel Messi look, and eventually grew into the role, wearing the Barcelona strip out in public and growing his hair and beard to match the footballer and carrying a ball around.
Reza Parastesh’s father started the whole furore by getting him to pose up as Lionel Messi with a number 10 Barcelona jersey.
They sent the pictures off to a sports website, and had an immediate reply asking them to quickly come in for an interview.
Reza is now fully booked with media interviews and has even landed himself modelling contacts.
His goal now is to meet his hero in Barcelona, and maybe even land a job as his understudy.
I could be his representative when he is too busy, Reza said.
If you were ever worried about being rejected by your loved one when you propose, spare a thought for one romantic and very rich Saudi Prince.
Who reached out with a simple phone call to his concierge service provider, a UK business called Quintessentially.
“We made it happen,” says Quintessentially’s chief executive and co-founder Aaron Simpson.
The Saudi Prince flew in 300 family members and friends to watch while he popped the question in front of a very expensive site costing a measly $40 million, according to the BBC .
The very expensive site is… The Pyramids of Giza !
As part of the deal, locals and tourists were denied access to the Pyramids, where the party was held.
He practically owned the world’s most breathtaking and historical site for a few hours.
Thankfully for the prince, his girlfriend said “yes”
PSY is back with a new music video ‘I LUV IT’ featuring Pikotaro and its going to be the catchiest song of 2017
“We are in need of every single drop of water and, unfortunately, these icebergs are disintegrating from Antarctica and they are floating in the ocean due to global warming,” Abdulla Al Shehi from the National Advisor Bureau Limited, the company behind the bizarre idea.
If you have a lot of spare time of your hands and your wondering what to do with well you can follow along in this guys footsteps in building your own iPhone.
It’s not as impossible as one might think it is.
Scotty Allen built a like-new iPhone 6S 16GB $350 less than the official price entirely from parts he bought in the public cell phone parts markets of Huaqiangbei, China and it works fine!