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  2. WhatsApp - Wikipedia

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    WhatsApp Web. WhatsApp was officially made available for PCs through a web client, under the name WhatsApp Web, in late January 2015 through an announcement made by Koum on his Facebook page: "Our web client is simply an extension of your phone: the web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device—this means all of your ...

  3. File:WhatsApp.svg - Wikipedia

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    Reverted to version as of 15:01, 5 April 2018 (UTC) Colour in previous version does not match the WhatsApp brand guidelines as provided. 12:09, 18 October 2018 200 × 200 (2 KB)

  4. Talk:WhatsApp - Wikipedia

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    WhatsApp is part of WikiProject Open Access, a collaborative attempt at improving the coverage of topics related to Open Access and at improving other articles with the help of materials from Open Access sources.

  5. List of websites blocked in mainland China - Wikipedia

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    Many domain names are blocked in the People's Republic of China (mainland China) under the country's Internet censorship policy, which prevents users from accessing certain websites from within the country.

  6. Hike Messenger - Wikipedia

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    Hike Web was created ensuring a seamless experience for users with a strong focus on privacy and security keeping that in mind Hike increased network security to AES-256 and TLS 1.2, which makes communication over a web client more secure than ever.

  7. Tornado (web server) - Wikipedia

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    Tornado is a scalable, non-blocking web server and web application framework written in Python. It was developed for use by FriendFeed; the company was acquired by Facebook in 2009 and Tornado was open-sourced soon after.

  8. ooVoo - Wikipedia

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    ooVoo was a video chat and a messaging app developed by ooVoo LLC and owned by Krush Technologies, LLC. ooVoo had applications for Android, iOS, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, Windows Phone, and Facebook.

  9. Signal (software) - Wikipedia

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    Signal is a cross-platform centralized encrypted instant messaging service developed by the non-profit Signal Technology Foundation and Signal Messenger LLC.Users can send one-to-one and group messages, which can include files, voice notes, images and videos.