WhatsApp is a good messaging tool to share text messages, images and videos instantly with your coworkers and friends. From simple messaging to serious business deals are happening through the messages. For some people, it’s a tool to touch with their friends and to share jokes, comments, and daily discussions with their trusted ones. For some people it is a place to deal with their customers to send the latest offerings to their customers, troubleshoot and solve their technical problems. For some, it is placed to find the new customers to start the new deals and to grow their business. Whatsapp emerged as a place to showcase and share once the portfolio and thus by attracting new customers. For service personals. it is a platform to share documents, images, and photos with their coworkers to carry out the work to be done effortlessly.
In iPhone and iOS
Whatsapp is a private messaging app, so protection is needed to prevent someone from taking your phone and reading your messages. The touch ID and Face ID on iPhone to help prevent others from reading your messages without your permission. To enable the feature in the iPhone. Open WhatsApp, tap Settings, then go to Account, then Privacy, then Screen Lock and turn on Touch ID or Face ID. You have the option to select the amount of time before Touch ID or Face ID is prompted after WhatsApp is closed. But this feature is limited to iPhone 5s or later and on iOS 9 and above.
In Android phone you need to install other apps to protect your messages. WhatsApp doesn’t have the feature to lock the app or certain chats with a password. But you can use AppLock App, to lock Facebook, Whatsapp, Gallery, Messenger, Snapchat, Instagram, SMS, Contacts, Gmail, Settings, incoming calls, and any app any other app in Android phone. The app prevents unauthorized access and guard privacy.