03 December 2016

Top 10 WhatsApp Tricks

WhatsApp just keeps on growing, adding new features and users all the time. The prospect of sending texts and making calls for free has tempted a whopping 800 million people onto the Facebook-owned app at last count.
If you're one of them, chances are there are a few elements of the app that still seem bewildering or annoying - the good news is many of them can be fixed if you know where to look.
So sit back, check out these WhatsApp tips and tricks and you'll be chucking messages to your buddies left, right and center without having to worry about getting yourself tangled in a web of pointless chatting.
MIgrate
When you switch to a newer iPhone, or replace your old Android, you can take your chat history with you. If you use a microSD card, it's as simple as Menu > Settings > Chat settings > Backup conversations.
Move the card over to the new phone, install WhatsApp, and Restore when prompted. If the backup is on internal storage, you can use a file explorer to find the /sdcard/WhatsApp/folder and move the contents manually.
Support for backing up to Google Drive is due to be added in the next build. Check the Apple website for iOS instructions.
Hiding
When you look at a contact on WhatsApp there's usually a "last seen" time under their name, which tells you when they last checked the app.
If you don't want people to be able to see when you're using WhatsApp, you can set your "last seen" to Nobody. Go to Settings > Account > Privacy, but be aware that it will also prevent you from being able to see other people's last seen time. You can also hide your profile photo, status, and turn off read receipts in the Privacy menu.
Message read
You can tell when your message has been read in WhatsApp when the two ticks next to it in the chat window turn blue. Sometimes you may want to get a little extra detail.
Just tap and hold on the message and then tap the Info icon, and you'll get a precise time. In iOS, you can also tap and drag the message to the left to get the time.
Locking
There's no way to do this on iOS without jailbreaking, but on Android you have a wide choice of security apps that will enable you to password or PIN protect your WhatsApp chats. TryMessenger and Chat BlockAppLock, or Smart AppLock.
Some of these apps will even snap a photo if someone tries to access the app without the right PIN, so you can catch snoopers. On Windows Phone you can try WhatsApp Locker. If you're on BlackBerry, then try Lock for Whats Messenger.
Computer
If you have the Chrome browser installed on your computer or laptop then go to WhatsApp Web and follow the instructions for your phone.
You'll need to make sure your phone is connected to the Internet, ideally through Wi-Fi, because the web app still syncs everything from your phone. Start up WhatsApp, find theWhatsApp Web option in the menu, and scan the QR code in the browser.
You can now start chats and get notifications right there on your computer. It doesn't work on iOS.
Camera roll
You probably don't want all the images from WhatsApp to appear in your Camera Roll on iOS, or in your Gallery or Photos app on Android.
It's easy to sort on iOS, just go to Settings > Privacy > Photos and toggle WhatsApp off.
On Android, use a file manager like ES File Explorer, and go to sdcard/WhatsApp/Media,then tap New at the bottom left in any folder you don't want shared, and create a file called.nomedia.
Your images won't pop up in the gallery anymore. Woohoo!
Mute group
Sometimes group conversations create a lot of noise. You may not want to leave the conversation, but you probably don't want a notification every time someone chips in.
If you're using an iPhone, then open the group chat, tap the subject to get the Group Infoscreen, and then tap Mute.
In Android, open the chat, tap the Menu button, and then tap Mute. You can specify a time period, or you can remove the tick in the Show notifications box to turn them off permanently.
Recover
WhatsApp backs up messages on your device every morning at 4AM. The easiest way to recover a recently deleted message is to uninstall the app and reinstall it.
During the process it will ask if you want to restore from backup. This will cover the last seven days. If you want to restore an older chat on Android, use an app like ES File Explorer and go to sdcard/WhatsApp/Databases to see your backups.
Rename the file you want to msgstore.db.crypt and then go to Settings > Apps > WhatsApp > Clear data, then start it up and restore when prompted.
Shortcut
This tip only works for Android. If there are certain chats that you return to every day, it might be a time saver to set up a shortcut on your home screen that goes directly to them.
All you need to do is tap and hold on the chat in question, and then choose Add conversation shortcut from the pop-up menu.
It will appear in a space on your home screen. You can tap and hold on it to drag it around, just like an app icon or widget.
Private
You might want to save some time by sending out a bulk message, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you want all the recipients to know it's a group message.
The broadcast feature let's you send out the same message to multiple contacts, but it will appear as a private message between the two of you for them. In Android, tap Menu, and then New broadcast. In iOS, tap Broadcast Lists on the Chats screen, and then tap New List.
If they reply, it will only go to you, not the full list.
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Smartphones With Best Battery Life Below Rs10000




Budget smartphones often compromise on battery life. In the race to provide top specs, companies often provide powerful phones that last hours at best. However, there are some recommendable options for those whose first priority is battery only.

Xiaomi Redmi 3s Prime

This small, yet powerful smartphone is your best bet in the sub-10K segment, with best-in-class battery life.


Specs:
Display: 5-inch, 720p
SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
RAM: 3GB
Storage: 32GB
Camera: 13MP, 5MP
Battery: 4100mAh
OS: Android 6.0.1












Xiaomi Redmi Note 3

The Redmi Note 3 is the best performer amongst sub-10K smartphones and long battery life is one of its strong suits.


Specs:
Display: 5.5-inch, 1080p
SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 650
RAM: 3GB
Storage: 32GB
Camera: 16MP, 5MP
Battery: 4050mAh
OS: Android 5.1.1











Asus Zenfone Max ZC550KL


The Asus Zenfone 2 Max got a spec-bump earlier this year, which makes it a decent phone for the price. It isn't the most ergonomic device, nor is it as powerful as the Xiaomi phones, but it does provide good battery life.


Specs:
Display: 5.5-inch, 720p
SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 615
RAM: 2GB
Storage: 32GB
Camera: 13MP, 5MP
Battery: 5000mAh
OS: Android 6.0.1











Meizu M3 Note


The Meizu M3 Note lasts almost as long as the Redmi Note 3, but it does that by compromising on performance. It's a decent phone, just not the fastest in this price range.


Specs:
Display: 5.5-inch, 1080p
SoC: MediaTek Helio P10
RAM: 3GB
Storage: 32GB
Camera: 13MP, 5MP
Battery: 4100mAh
OS: Android 5.1











Huawei Honor 5C

The Honor 5C is another budget phone to consider if you are looking for good battery life. It supports LTE and has an intuitive UI with many gestures supported by the fingerprint scanner. It is somewhat outdated now, though, so we'd keep this as our absolute last option.




Specs:
Display: 5.2-inch, 720p
SoC: HiSilicon Kirin 650
RAM: 2GB
Storage: 16GB
Camera: 13MP, 8MP
Battery: 3000mAh
OS: Android 6.0
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Expected & Confirmed List of Phones getting Android 7.0 Nougat Update

Expected & Confirmed List of Phones getting Android 7.0 Nougat Update


Google has been saying that the Android 7.0 Nougat is for you and me. Of course, that is expected of the tech giant since the mobile platform is one of its many cash cows. It’s been highly anticipated since Marshmallow began rolling out to phones and tablets the past few weeks. Unlike in the past years, Google would announce the new dessert during the last quarter of each year. But for 2016, we knew as early as the Google I/O that it is working on the Android N. In fact, Developer Previews have been out even before the official name was announced at the beginning of summer.


Meanwhile, here is the list of devices that are confirmed & expected to receive the Android Nougat update.

The first devices to receive the update are obviously the Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X. As always the flagship Nexus devices are the ones to receive the update first, followed by the other OEMs. Both these Nexus devices will get the update at the same time once the company the update official. The Nexus 6 and the previously launched Nexus 5 might also receive the update, but it is not confirmed yet.

According to the latest information, an update to the Rogers’ firmware update schedule shows that the HTC Nexus 9 is also going to receive the update soon. According to the list, it says the device will receive the Nougat update with security patches soon. So it is indeed confirmed that the Nexus 9 will also get the update.


HTC Smartphones to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update:


HTC confirmed that the high-end HTC smartphones would be getting the update to the latest Android software. The entire list of devices from the manufacturer was not given, but they confirmed a couple of devices which will be getting the update. HTC may take even a few months after the public launch of Android Nougat before it brings the updates to these three phones.

HTC 10 (Confirmed)
HTC One A9 (Confirmed)
HTC One M9 (Confirmed)
HTC Nexus 9 (Confirmed)

Samsung Smartphones to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update:


Samsung hasn’t confirmed the update for the next Android version for any of its devices, but we are confident that the company will definitely update its current flagship smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S7 (confirmed)
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (confirmed)
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (confirmed)
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (confirmed)
Samsung Galaxy S6 (confirmed)
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (confirmed)
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus (confirmed)

LG Smartphones to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update:


Apart from the Nexus 5X, LG is likely to update its current flagship smartphone and the last year’s variant LG G4. No other devices can be confirmed now, but it might be added to the list later.

Nexus 5X (Confirmed)
LG G5 (confirmed)
LG G4
LG V20 (confirmed)

Sony Smartphones to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update:


Sony confirmed the Android 7.0 Nougat update for a bunch of it’s devices on Z series. We expect them to update other devices also but as of now, we have confirmation on these devices.

Xperia Z5
Xperia Z5 Compact
Xperia Z5 Premium
Xperia Z4 tablet
Xperia Z3
Xperia Z3 Compact
Xperia XA

Motorola Smartphones to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update: 


Motorola as a former Google’s mobile division used to update the device to the latest version of Android quicker than any other manufacturer. The Nexus 6 manufactured by the company, will be first one to receive the update followed by the other devices from them.

Nexus 6 (confirmed)
Moto G4 Plus (confirmed)
Moto G4 (confirmed)
Moto G4 Play (Confirmed)
Moto Z (confirmed)
Moto Z Force (confirmed)
Moto X Force (confirmed)
Moto X Style (confirmed)
Moto X Play (confirmed)
Moto G Turbo (confirmed)
Droid Turbo 2 (confirmed)
Droid Maxx 2 (confirmed)

OnePlus Smartphones to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update:


The company will most likely be updating it current flagship smartphone as well as the last years’ variant to the next version of Android software.

OnePlus 3
OnePlus 2
OnePlus X

Android One Smartphones:


Cherry Mobile G1 (Confirmed)
Lava Pixel V1 (Confirmed)
Karbonn Sparkle V (Confirmed)
Micromax Canvas A1 (Confirmed)
Spice Dream UNO (Confirmed)
Infinix Hot 2 (Confirmed)
More Android One devices will be getting the update in coming days.


BETA


Several phones and tablets are getting Android 7.0 Nougat but most of them are still in beta. Sony’s mobile division may be facing challenges these days but it’s been busy and generous with releasing software updates. Before the official builds roll out, Sony announced and actually began some beta programs like those for the Xperia X Performance.

The company even revealed a Nougat roadmap with the following models getting a taste of the Nougat: Sony Xperia XZ, X Performance, Xperia X, X Compact, Xperia XA, XA Ultra, Xperia Z5 family, Xperia Z3+, Sony Xperia Z3, and the Xperia Z4 tablet. That’s about most of the latest Xperia phones from the Japanese OEM.

The Beta Build for the Huawei P9 was released a few months ago. Earlier in the year, we noted some Android N Previews ready for some devices like the Xperia Z3 and Android One General Mobile 4G.

UNOFFICIAL ROM


Unofficial ROMs are nothing new. In the Android world, they are expected. Actually, they are something to be excited about because you’ll never know what device can be made more powerful. Most of the ROMs may be limited but it’s possible that even old devices can run the new Android Nougat. Some of the ROMs we’ve featured include the unofficial Nougat ROM for the Nexus 5. There’s the Nougat-based CM14 booting on an ancient HTC HD2 and the new OnePlus 3 plus the first-gen Android One phones.

Unofficial builds are also released for the old HP TouchPad, Raspberry Pi 3, OnePlus One, Samsung Galaxy Tab S, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, and the nAOSP ROM 7.0 for the Sony XPERIA S.

Other than the smartphones mentioned here, there will be more devices that will eventually get Nougat. For example, the new ASUS smartphones and some of the new Lenovo smartphones will also be getting the update. However, at this point, we don’t have any information, and hence we cannot confirm them as of yet.

Once more devices will be confirmed, we will update the list accordingly. So if your device is not on the list yet, then stay tuned, as more devices might be added in future.
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02 December 2016

How Contentmart Pays their Writers?

Contentmart, is not just a meeting place for writers and clients. In fact, it’s much more. Their entire business model is intricately modelled in such a way that; they are able to keep both sides of the coin polished. Which basically translates to keeping both; their writers and clients happy? How do they do this? Let’s look at it, step-by-step.



Client’s first sign in, and make an account. The next thing that they do is, store some credit in their account which is the means of how they facilitate the payments to the writers for their articles. After they have stacked their account with the money, they set up an order. Here’s where the client’s benefit from the writers. Clients are charged absolutely no commission, whatsoever for the orders that they put up. However, one thing they need to be vary about is the price per article. According to the new rules of Contentmart, the minimum amount for an order is either 200 rupees or 0.40 paisa/per word for Indian clients, and 5$ or 1 cent/word for international clients.

Once the order has been put up, writers across the online network can view it and make a bid for it. As soon as the client has made up his/her decision, and awarded the order to a particular writer, the amount of money that the order was for gets deducted from his/her account. This money is in fact blocked. If the client is happy with the writer and accepts his article, the money flows from his account to the latter’s, without much inconvenience. However, if he/she isn’t particularly happy with the writer’s work despite giving him/her a number of chances to correct their mistakes, he/she can decline the article and the money which was blocked for the article will be wired back into the client’s account.

From the point of view of the writer’s, the bad part is that, all the money that they earn via a project is subject to a number of taxes, as well as some commission that is charged by Contentmart. Apart from this, the writers have to follow a couple of other rules in relation to the withdrawal of the amount they have earned. Only when one’s accounts balance on Contentmart is of a substantial sum of 3000 rupees or more, is one allowed to facilitate a withdrawal. In many of the reviews on Contentmart, this particular issue has been brought to light by many writer’s who believe that the amount should be reduced by just a fraction, if not too much.

So, when you look at this whole business model, it is not Contentmart who pays the writers but clients itself, who pay them directly on completion of the order. Contentmart, just acts like an intermediary and links these two together, charging a commission from the former, to generate its own source of revenue.
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01 December 2016

Latest Whatsapp Dare Messages 2016

Latest Whatsapp Dare Messages September 2016



Watsapp dare No. 1


Think What will happen, if money starts growing on trees?
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Answer is :
Girls will start dating with monkeys, Sorry girls… 

Watsapp dare No. 2

Can U Tell Me ...

What occurs!
Once in a Year,
Once in a Day,
But never in a Week ?

Answer :

Alphabet 'A' ;-)

Watsapp dare No. 3

 Only for Smarty – Tell Me Which is the most shocking city in the world?
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Answer is :
Very simple yr , It’s Electricity

Watsapp dare No. 4

Send a voice note to your same sex friend that you love him / her.

Just see reaction afterwards. Its really fun. Must try it out :) 

Watsapp dare No. 5

Answer it If You Can – Where was the first potato found?
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Answer is :
In the Ground, Hehehehehheheheh….

Watsapp dare No. 6


Try to solve it
Your all answer should start with "W" only
1. We all drink __
2. A colour __
3. A dry fruit__
4. A direction__
5. Marriage__
6. Vehicles have__
7. Seven days__
8. Buildings have__
9. Purse__
10. Fight__
11. March 8__
12. Aquatic mammal__
13. Salary__
14. Exercise__
15. Health is ___
16. Opposite of length__
17. An app__
18. A week day__
19. Where goods are stored__
20. Place for storing clothes__
21. A term used in cricket__
22. A wild animal__
23. Selling goods in large quantities__
24. 2/3 of earth is__
25. Earth__
26. Spider's house__
27. A fruit__
28. A body part__
29. Clock__
30. Guard__

Can you complete this?

Answer:-
1) Water 
2) White 
3) Walnut 
4) West 
5) Wedding 
6) Wheels 
7) Week 
8) Window 
9) Wallet 
10) War  
11) Woman's Day
12) Whale 
13) Wages  
14) Walk 
15) Wealth 
16) Wide 
17) Whatsapp 
18) Wednesday 
19) Worship 
20) Wardrobe 
21) Wicket 
22) Wolf
23) Wholesale
24) Water 
25) World 
26) Web 
27) Watermelon 
28) Waist / Wrist
29) Wands 
30) Watchman


Whatsapp dare No.7

Question 1 : What comes down but never goes up?
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Answer: Rain

Question 2 : what is the easiest way to get to heaven quickly?
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Answer: Just stand in front of fast moving train.

Question 3 :- Which sea has waves but no water?
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Answer: BBC lolzzz :)

Question 4 : Which is the most shocking city in the world?
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Answer: Very simple, It's Electricity

Question 5 : Where was the first potato found?
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Answer: In the Ground

Question 6 :- What can fly but has no wings?
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Don't know????

Answer: Time



Whatsapp dare No.8

Only For Genius!!
8597 – ? = 7429 – 4358
Answer is :
Solution: Let 8597 – x = 7429 – 4358
8597 – x = 3071
Then, x = 8597 – 3071
= 5526
Answer: 5526
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