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How to create Animated videos free from Mobile

 How to create Animated videos free from Mobile


Now you can bring more life to the simple animated video explainer that you already know and love with our new create animated videos by simply recording your voice and sending your friends and loves with Heart Eyes, Grin and Tears Of Joy! If you want to send an funny animated videos, animated message, scribe video and animated love messages but can't think of what to say then search for the 'Animojis' profile in the app and you'll find a collection of funny animated videos and animated love messages to share with your friends, such as these-


STEP 1: Download the zoobe app from Play store and simply install on your android smart phone.

STEP 2: Login to zoobe app using your gmail or microsoft account.If you have not gmail account then you have to choose the facebook or twitter account.
 How to create Animated videos free from Mobile
NOTE: If you have any type of account or any resign to not login to you account then don't worry. Without any account you can also create animated videos. But you can't send and share the videos.

STEP 3: Now your zoobe app is ready to create animated videos.Look at the given below image to create animated videos.

 How to create Animated videos free from Mobile

STEP 4: Created videos can be download the on your mobile automatically when you click the save button. if you want to share your create animated videos then directly share the videos on facebook, twitter and more other option is provided by zoobe app.
 How to create Animated videos free from Mobile

zoobe apps provide you to create animated videos your own. By using this zoobe apps you can create animated videos like funny animated videos, animated love messages, animated message, happy birthday wishing videos, various festivals wishes, jocks and many more type of videos.  
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How to send and shared any file on whatsapp PDF, Zip, Doc, PSD Free With Android or Iphone


Whats app is a part of our social life. We share everything on whats app. We wish, greet our loving one on whats app. Send and share pdf, doc, excel, Xls files in Whatsapp and whatsapp web. In Whatsapp we often send and share audios, videos, contacts,contact details, location,  photos from gallery and cameras directly from top right icon with our near and dear ones easily. But in some cases we need to send pdf, doc, excel and Xls files to our contacts. But for that purpose there is no direct option available in WhatsApp. In order to deal this situation, there are many apps available in the app store. Whatsapp Tools,CloudSend  and many Software Are available in the market. but i am tell you free and easy tricks to fast ending the file to destination.


The solution to all the problems discussed earlier is whatsapptool. You can use this app for sending any type of files. The name of this app is Whatsapp Tool App. This app will counter all the above problems. Before using whatsapp tool you will need a Gmail account. This app using Google drive as an intermediator to send your files. If you have a gmail account then you can use it but if you don’t have one then first of all you have to create one. This app allow you to send pdf, audio, zip files on whatapp.

Now let us discuss steps to be implemented in order to send and share files using Whatsapp tools:


Step 1:  Download Whatsapp Tool from Play store.

Step 2: Tap on Whatsapp tools icon in your phone and tap on Setup and you will be automatically directed to settings page.

Step 3: Finally select the any type of file and click send the file to destination .shown below .

I hope now you will send all type of files on WhatsApp easily.


Now we know that Whats cannot fulfill all requirements and scenarios. We need to use some other apps when whats app is not working out our problem. We have hope that now your problem i.e. how to send pdf file, big audio, big video files, Zip files using whatsapp Tool app. So this is the simple way you can use to send any file on whatsapp of any size.
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Whatsapp Best End-To-End Encrypted Using Source Code

  Whatsapp Best End-To-End Encrypted Using Source Code


It’s a best security project that’s taken around a year and a half to complete, but messaging giant WhatsApp has now fully implemented strong end-to-end encryption on its platform and across all mobile platforms for which it offers apps.
This means all users of the latest versions of the messaging app will have their communication and media end-to-end encrypted by default. And there are a lot of WhatsApp users; earlier this year the Facebook owned company announced it had passed a billion active users.Securing cross-platform video communications was the last piece of the puzzle, according to a WhatsApp spokesman.
The algorithms involved are: Diffie–Hellman key exchange or Elliptic curve Diffie–Hellman


End-to-end encryption means the content of communications are not stored in plaintext(simple text formate) on WhatsApp’s servers. Not is the any company that able to decrypt users’ messages to access them since it does not hold the encryption keys. So WhatsApp will be unable to be compelled to hand over messaging data even if served with a warrant by authorities demanding access.

While the WhatsApp news may seem timely in light of the recent high-profile battle between Apple and the FBI over an encrypted iPhone, the company has in fact been implementing encryption since 2013, the year NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden triggered a global privacy storm by revealing the extent of government mass surveillance programs.

WhatsApp then went on to partner with Open Whisper Systems the following year, and has been integrating its widely respected end-to-end encryption Signal Protocol specifically since late 2014. In a blog post today the not-for-profit hacker collective behind the latter open source tech confirmed the
WhatsApp implementation is now complete.

“This includes chats, group chats, attachments, voice notes, and voice calls across Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, Nokia S40, Nokia S60, Blackberry, and BB10,” it wrote. “Users running the most recent versions of WhatsApp on any platform now get full end to end encryption for every message they send and every WhatsApp call they make when communicating with each other.”

What is the "Verify security code" screen in my contact info/group info?

Each of your chats has its own security code used to verify that your calls and the messages you send to that chat are end-to-end encrypted.

NOTE: The verification process is optional and is used only to confirm that the messages you send are end-to-end encrypted.

This code can be found in the contact info/group info screen, both as a QR code and a 60-digit number. These codes are unique to each chat and can be compared between people in each chat to verify that the messages you send to the chat are end-to-end encrypted. Security codes are just visible versions of the special key shared between you - and don't worry, it's not the actual key itself, that's always kept secret.

IMPORTANT:End-to-end encryption is always activated, provided all parties are using the latest version of WhatsApp. There is no way to turn off end-to-end encryption.


To verify that a chat is end-to-end encrypted
1. Open the chat.

2. Tap on the name of the contact or group to open the contact info/group info screen.

3. Tap Encryption to view the QR code and 60-digit number.

If you and your contact are physically next to each other, one of you can scan the other's QR code or visually compare the 60-digit number. If you scan the QR code, and the code is indeed the same, a green checkmark will appear. Since they match, you can be sure no one is intercepting your messages or calls.

If the codes do not match, it's likely you're scanning the code of a different contact, or a different phone number. If your contact has recently reinstalled WhatsApp, or switched devices, we recommend you refresh the code by sending them a new message and then scanning the code.

If you and your contact are not physically near each other, you can send them the 60-digit number. Let your contact know that once they receive your code, they should write it down and then visually compare it to the 60-digit number that appears in the contact info screen under Encryption. For Android, iPhone and Windows Phone, you can use the Share button from the QR code/60-digit number screen to send the 60-digit number via SMS, email, etc.

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