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By WasseemB, Senior Member on 24th September 2013, 10:59 AM
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WhatsApp Offline Mode
WhatsApp Silent
This Application will disable the whatsapp notification you get when someone sends you a message ,and the best part that the other user will get only one tick which means you haven't received it yet.
No internet disconnection is required to fail to receive the messages.
How to use:
Easy just press to put WhatsApp in offline or online mode.
When Offline no messages are received




This is a service that kills the other service so some battery drain may occur
Playstore link :https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...whatsappsilent




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24th September 2013, 11:36 AM |#2  
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how does it work?

auto disable wifi/network data in the background?
or this is something else?

thanks!
24th September 2013, 01:00 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by leongzxc

how does it work?

auto disable wifi/network data in the background?
or this is something else?

thanks!

This won't hide your last seen status but will prevent you from getting any message outside the app itself
it works by killing the whatsapp background service and prevent it from restarting
Hope this clears the confusion
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24th September 2013, 01:06 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by The Waswas

This won't hide your last seen status but will prevent you from getting any message outside the app itself
it works by killing the whatsapp background service and prevent it from restarting
Hope this clears the confusion

And the advantage is...? Other than maybe a somewhat better batterylife I fail to see any Usually an app like this is meant for people who want incoming messages to arrive will not constantly using the app.

YMMV of course, probably others will find it genius, dunno
24th September 2013, 01:10 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by Pfeffernuss

And the advantage is...? Other than maybe a somewhat better batterylife I fail to see any Usually an app like this is meant for people who want incoming messages to arrive will not constantly using the app.

YMMV of course, probably others will find it genius, dunno

The thing is you didn't receive it , you aren't obliged to answer
No question gets asked from the other side because the message never got passed to you in first place
24th September 2013, 01:16 PM |#6  
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The thing is you didn't receive it , you aren't obliged to answer
No question gets asked from the other side because the message never got passed to you in first place

You can't answer anyway because you HAVEN'T received it. As soon as you open the app and see the message you don't want to respond to you're already "online" again anyway and the same issue arrises. Why don't you answer, you are online!?

It's only of ANY use when you are able to see the message and the other party thinks not.
24th September 2013, 01:25 PM |#7  
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You can't answer anyway because you HAVEN'T received it. As soon as you open the app and see the message you don't want to respond to you're already "online" again anyway and the same issue arrises. Why don't you answer, you are online!?

It's only of ANY use when you are able to see the message and the other party thinks not.

Got you sir but the app wasn't done for anonymously viewing the message but rather to not to get it in first place
WhatsApp doesn't go offline so you receive messages any time of the day, which maybe sometimes kinda annoying. so this disable the notification from coming if you want to and at the same time the other message stays at one tick so it didn't reach to the other side.
24th September 2013, 01:33 PM |#8  
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Got you sir but the app wasn't done for anonymously viewing the message but rather to not to get it in first place
WhatsApp doesn't go offline so you receive messages any time of the day, which maybe sometimes kinda annoying. so this disable the notification from coming if you want to and at the same time the other message stays at one tick so it didn't reach to the other side.

Clear and understood!

What IS handy is that you can "disble" Whatsapp temporarily while still being able to receive e-mail and other notifications. So in that regard: well done indeed

Good luck with the app!
24th September 2013, 01:49 PM |#9  
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Clear and understood!

What IS handy is that you can "disble" Whatsapp temporarily while still being able to receive e-mail and other notifications. So in that regard: well done indeed

Good luck with the app!

Thank you
24th September 2013, 10:48 PM |#10  
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Why not just make an app that will turn off notifications for whatsapp? I do that manually but an easier way of doing it would be great.

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25th September 2013, 02:05 PM |#11  
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Why not just make an app that will turn off notifications for whatsapp? I do that manually but an easier way of doing it would be great.

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This does that it disables the WhatsApp notification but also as an extra the other user will get one tick only
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