WhatsApp is so common in India that it has grow to be an absolute necessity for many individuals within the nation. We regarded on the options which were unveiled just lately for the messaging service and what’s nonetheless lacking. Reviewers Aditya Shenoy and Ali Pardiwala be part of host Pranay Parab to debate this. We start this episode by speaking in regards to the largest function that is in some way nonetheless lacking from WhatsApp, which prevents a easy expertise when switching between two platforms. We discuss how this function may very well be applied and talk about what’s stopping WhatsApp from doing it. The subsequent a part of this episode talks a few function that has been on our want listing for a really very long time, which incorporates massive adjustments to the way in which WhatsApp Net works. The elemental distinction between how WhatsApp Net features in comparison with different chat apps is highlighted right here together with our want listing.

Then we transfer to speaking about severe subjects such because the unfold of misinformation through WhatsApp. Right here we point out the affect WhatsApp may have in India in 2019, which occurs to be the 12 months of the Parliamentary elections. We point out methods through which WhatsApp may prevent the spread of fake news and the way it may attain extra folks and stop misuse of its platform. There are a number of inventive concepts right here and we would extremely suggest that you simply hearken to this part of the podcast. Earlier than closing this WhatsApp episode of the podcast, we additionally throw in some minor quibbles which were bothering us for some time with WhatsApp and recommendations on learn how to repair them.

That is all for this week’s episode of Orbital, which you’ll be able to subscribe to through Apple Podcasts or RSS, download the episode, or simply hit the play button under.


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