WhatsApp is one of the most used chat apps on the planet. However, the truth is that a long time ago it stopped being an app to communicate only with our family and close friends. WhatsApp is also a very important work tool for many users day to day.
However, in order to communicate with someone through the application, we always have to save the person's number before starting to send messages … Well, what if it wasn't necessary?
- I download and install the application Click2Chat through the Play Store.
- Open the app.
- Enter the recipient's number and message content, and then press Send Now below to send the message. (Interestingly, you can even schedule messages.)
- Wait for the application to process, and then redirect to WhatsApp, where the app will ask for confirmation to send the message.
- Done, whenever you need to send messages to someone who is not in your contacts, just repeat this process.
Furthermore, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
Are you spying on your WhatsApp? See how you can find out!
The quarantine period we are experiencing has led to the emergence of new behaviors. In fact, we had to create new habits and start living differently. However, all these changes have also started to create some problems between couples. In fact and according to several reports that circulate on the Internet, one of the most famous communication platforms in the world is being a source of discord and this has led to some less common attitudes on the part of those who live in the same house. Spying on your partner's WhatsApp is one of them!
In fact, how to spy on someone's WhatsApp has been a popular term on the Internet. This is because some people want to find out who the husband or wife talks to so much and don't want to be asking. For this purpose they either install applications or do it via WhatsApp Web.
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