Breaking into someone’s private accounts has been one of the most used ways to snoop on a partner, family member or even employee since the dawn of Internet. Apart from being quite sketchy and slightly immoral, more and more instant messaging applications and Internet programs have developed extremely well protected apps to ensure nobody snoops into another person’s account, unless they know their password. Nevertheless, all apps leave some “trails” in the process and quite a lot of sketchy features you can still play with, if you know how. WhatsApp is no exception because it can help you find or hide plenty of things you considered gone, deleted or didn’t think of in the first place. So, if you want to know two of the most used and useful WhatsApp hacks, read below:
Recover deleted messages
Say you suspect your beloved partner is chatting with other persons and are dying of curiosity to know more? Sure, it is not moral, but there is a way to recover the messages in a conversation even when it was deleted by your partner. Obviously, the easiest way to restore all deleted information and conversations is to simply grab your beloved one’s phone for a while, delete the application and then reinstall it. When the reinstallation is completed, the app will ask you if you want to restore previous conversations. *Smiles*, *winks*, *blushes*, *restore*. Poof! Just make sure you have enough time for this operation.
See when a person viewed your message
Those two blue lines showing the message was seen by the other person can truly create a war. However, they do not show you exactly when the message was viewed. Thus, based on the exact hour, you can create a wide series of new scenarios in your mind, such as “ah, he fell asleep and didn’t have time to answer my message and in the morning he completely forgot about it”. You can easily unveil this by simply pressing his/her last message for a few seconds until a menu bar opens. Near the “trash bin” icon to delete the message, you will notice a small “i” sign in a circle. Click on it and you will see exactly when your message was sent and when it was viewed.