WhatsApp is a great messenger App. As a WhatsApp user, I would like to suggest the following: 1. While adding anyone to the group, an approval should be given by the person who is being added to the group. Sometimes without your consent you are added to the irrelevant groups. It should be invitation based only. 2. In a group, Group administrator should have the right to control Images, Audio, Video messages for better conversation. people send unnecessary images to important groups. 3. There should be two type of administrator-Super Administrator and Normal administrator. One who can only invite new members. Another who can control media and other settings. Works great
The new version wants access to my call data and to my files. Why so??Also in both old and new versions, the app lists a lot of buses as going towards banashankari, while many of those busses (identified by the registrn number) actualy have a board that reads silk board n go only till silk board or madivala. Either the app is picking up wrong data or the bmtc staff are fooling around. This wastes a lot of our time and needs to be looked into seriously. Worth a go!
Love it! I love this game more than your other games but there is this glitch that keeps happening where I will be in the middle of playing and it shuts down! PLZ fix this and I will rate 5 stars Highly Recommend.
Give surveys to me! It has been almost 2 weeks and you have gave me no surveys! This was not normal and I answered questions honestly, so I should still normally be receiving surveys! Please fix or 1 star... P.S.: I'm not waiting a MONTH because I was receiving surveys every other day and it MUST stay that way for 5 stars! If it takes too long will rate 1 star and uninstall! PLEASE FIX! Worth it!
Wish it included more old books Pretty good app. The problem (as always) is the lack of selection, which I feel could easily be solved by bringing on a large amount of very old open source books. I don't know about anyone else, but were it accessible i would read deeply into the Romans and Greeks and the church theologians, not to mention the huge amount of English novels from the 19th century that are free to read online but remain largely uncollected.