How to read Deleted WhatsApp Message; Here's a trick!
In today's time WhatsApp has become one of the most popular instant messaging apps in the world. It has more than 200 million users worldwide.
Lucknow: In today's time WhatsApp has become one of the most popular instant messaging apps in the world. It has more than 200 million users worldwide. More than 55 crore people use WhatsApp in India alone. You must be doing it too, but do you know about all the important things related to WhatsApp? You must have send a message to someone or seen a 'deleted a message' from WhatsApp.
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It is simple, but do you know how to read deleted messages again? Might not know. Actually, it is a difficult task, but not impossible. It must have happened to you too that you deleted the message and you did not care what was written in that message. So let us tell you a trick, with the help of which you can read deleted WhatsApp messages again.
First of all, you should know that there is no such feature on WhatsApp, so that you can read deleted messages. For this you will have to take the help of third party. If you want to read deleted messages on WhatsApp, then you have to download an app from Google Play Store.
The name of this app is Notisave. To read deleted messages on WhatsApp, download this app on your phone from Google Play Store. Now login to this app with your WhatsApp account. Keep in mind that if you have an iPhone then this trick will not work on your phone.
As soon as you login to the app, you will see the icon of WhatsApp on the home screen. Click on that icon. Now you will also be able to read messages that someone has deleted by sending them. Not only this, you can also recover deleted photos and videos through this app.
If you want to read the deleted messages of a particular contact, then you can also set it through filters. Now the most important thing is that since this is a third party app, then use it wisely and do not forget to click on any advertisement that appears on the screen.
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