A novelty comes to WhatsApp!The app has added a sticker pack related to coronavirus vaccines.Well calm, because here we will show you all the details of the news and how to download the "Vaccines for All" sticker pack.WhatsApp launches a sticker pack on vaccines against COVID-19WhatsApp announced the arrival of the sticker pack on its official blog.In the statement, the messaging app clarifies that these new stickers were made in collaboration with the WHO.This is not a big surprise, because WhatsApp in 2020 already launched a sticker pack inspired by COVID-19.Well, WhatsApp does not ignore the coronavirus pandemic and wants to continue making its contribution.Do not forget that WhatsApp has shown a lot of commitment regarding this issue.In fact, the WhatsApp team seeks that the application always keeps you connected with your loved ones, despite the restrictions of the confinements.How to download the WhatsApp sticker pack for the coronavirus vaccineDo you want to download this new sticker pack?
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If you can't access chat platforms from Facebook today, you aren't alone.
The social media sites experienced issues across the US. Twitter was also having problems, according to reports on Downdetector.
Reports on Downdetector skyrocketed just after 5 p.m. for the popular social media sites with no word on when they'll be back.
Are Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down for you right now? Us too! And lots and lots of other people too, it seems. We’re getting reports left and right of outages across the three Facebook properties, with no indication so far as to the cause. It’s all down so hard that Facebook’s own server status page […]
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Facebook and Instagram were down on Thursday afternoon. The outage appeared to start around 5:30PM ET, with several thousand people reporting outages on DownDetector. The outage is the second one in less than a month from the social media giant; an outage on March 19th took its sites offline for several hours. Facebook returned a “sorry something went wrong” error message:
The company didn’t immediately reply to a request for comment from The Verge on the cause of the outage; it’s unclear at this time when service will be fully restored. The outage appeared to affect Facebook’s internal websites as well, first noted in a tweet from developer Jane Wong. Even Facebook’s outage dashboard appeared to be having problems.
You can easily hide your online status on WhatsApp by changing or disabling your "Last Seen" setting in the app.
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WhatsApp teams up with WHO to push for Vaccines For All
A new and malicious Android malware was discovered on the Google Play Store. The malware was disguised as a Netflix content enabling app called “FlixOnline.” The malware spreads itself via malicious automatic replies to WhatsApp messages sent to the user. Payloads for the malware are received from a remote command and control server. Security researchers from Check Point say the … Continue reading