More useful than SMS, slicker than Hangouts and easier to use than Skype, it's no wonder Whats App is the number one communications service of choice for hundreds of millions of smartphone users.
Even if you use it on a daily basis, Whats App is packed with lots of handy, little-known features you might not be familiar with. Both a blessing and a curse, Whats App’s ticks-based system shows when your sent messages have been delivered (one grey tick), received (two grey ticks) and read (two blue ticks).
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Sometimes she’ll ask him to play the piano, and he’s happy to oblige. They feel like I’m doing them a favor.” The astronomical cost of living in New York City makes headlines every month when new data is released.
Carl lives rent-free in exchange for, as the nonagenarian’s family put it, “keeping an eye” on her.
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