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Update: You Can Now Recall/Delete Your Sent Message on WhatsApp

WhatsApp is arguably the most used app on mobile phones, hardly you see a phone that doesn't have WhatsApp installed, as widely used WhatsApp still lack the feature to recall already sent messages, Many a times we send messages that we might feel the need to delete immediately, but unfortunately WhatsApp doesn't allow delete feature for already sent messages. However, those using WhatsApp Mod Versions are currently enjoying the Recall or Delete sent message feature.

I updated my GBwhatsapp to the latest Version 5.90 and I was able to recall my already sent message.

What is WhatsApp Recall MessageWhat Recall WhatsApp message, simply mean is that whenever you recall your already sent messages on WhatsApp either in a private or group chat it will display "You recalled this message" and to anyone that receive the sent message it will display "This message was deleted".

How to Recall WhatsApp Sent MessagePress and hold the particular message you want to recallTap t…

Galaxy Note8 undergoes scratch, burn, and bend test

Now that Samsung's Galaxy Note8 is starting to ship to eager customers who've pre-ordered it, it's time for the JerryRigEverything YouTube channel to give us the results of its traditional scratch, burn and bend test. The Note8 is the latest device to fall victim to this torture test, and the full ordeal is embedded below for your viewing pleasure.


In case you can't watch that, here's a short summary. The Note8 comes off as sturdy. The glass scratches at exactly the hardness level you'd expect it to, and the handset is impossible to bend when normal levels of force are applied.

The screen flame test does result in permanent damage after around ten seconds (since unlike LCDs the AMOLED panel doesn't recover), and the fingerprint scanner can be scratched. It does however still work even after that. Since the frame is metal, it means it can be scraped.

5 Ways To Enjoy Long Flights With Smartphones

Here are five ways your most dependable gadget – the smartphone –can help you kill time, even if you are not connected to Wi-Fi while on a long flight.
INSTALL AN E-READER APPSurviving a long-haul flight using smartphone is all about preparation; so you need to make sure you are all set in advance. Bookworms should make use of the many free e-reader apps out there – from Kindle to Kobo – that can give you access to as much literature as you want without the hassle of an extra device (or a suitable full of paperbacks). These apps of course give you access to e-books you can buy but there are also plenty out-of-copyright classics available to download for your flight: The Great Gatsby, 1984, Les Miserables (watch out, it’s long) and Pride and Prejudice, to name just four. Whether or not you own an actual physical e-reader, you can while away some time reading.

CACHE YOUR MEDIA FOR OFFLINE USE
Your music tracks and movies aren’t much use if they’re stuck up in the virtual cloud while you’re f…