WhatsApp: Learn how to send and receive messages without appearing ‘online’

With over 5,000 million downloads, WhatsApp has established itself as one of the most popular messaging apps in the world.

However, thousands of users have expressed their dissatisfaction with the lack of certain privacy options. One of them: sending and receiving messages without appearing ‘online’.

Although the application, by its configuration, allows you to bypass the data or online status of the last connection, doing so denies the user the opportunity to view this information from their contacts.

But there is a way. With a processor called FlySat that integrates with WhatsApp, you can respond to messages without opening the application.

Flychat adds bubbles like bubbles in Facebook Messenger to your device’s screen so users can send and respond to WhatApp messages without leaving a trace of the last connection or ‘online’ status. .

Among the benefits of the app, which is only available for Android, is the flexibility in terms of authentication, which in many cases creates security. In Flychat you do not have to run permissions for the camera, microphone, contact list, messages or anything like that.

Of course, there are restrictions on use: you can only respond with text and basic emoticons, which eliminates the possibility of sending voice notes, videos, photos and stickers.

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