How to read deleted WhatsApp messages with this simple trick. The app keeps evolving and in 2019 the Facebook-owned application released a feature whereby a person can delete a message shortly after sending it. WhatsApp has become the most used instant messaging system in the world with an astounding 300 million users utilising the app daily.
So imagine sending a message to your mother in law that’s totally meant for your wife? Or sending a gossip message to the person you are gossiping about. The delete for everyone becomes your best friend in such instances.
However, a loophole has been discovered like with all technology which actually allows a person to read the deleted message. The loophole was met with mixed feelings from users with some saying it will cause drifts between people. Some even went as far as saying it was an invasion of privacy. Many however said it will be the cause of many heartbreaks and end in relationships.
Its human nature to be curious so now if someone deletes a message they sent you, you will definitely want to know what was being said in that message and want to read it and you can do that via an app called Notisave.
WhatsApp backs up messages, and all you have to do is delete WhatsApp and reinstall it again.
Here is a video below explaining exactly how this works, so that you can read all accidentally sent messages like a true FBI agent. Now you can be sure to check out that message that you were not supposed to read. Just make sure it will not leave you with heart palpitations.
Despite this relatively easy method, there has been a lot of third party Whatsapp versions that have the feature. Though Whatsapp has been known to block these third party applications from time to time.
Notisave is a free app available on the Google play store. This is not a sponsored article and iHarare will not be held accountable for any repercussions that might arise from this article.
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