The pace at which WhatsApp has been adding new features has not been as desired by many users, who have found it rather slow. That's why over the years a number of complementary applications to the chat and messaging app have emerged to meet those demands that reflect dissatisfaction.
WhatsApp incoming message reading app
Dashdow offers the user the possibility to display incoming messages immediately on the lock screen and in the form of a floating bubble, so that the user can see at a glance if he has an important communication or can let it go. In other words, you save on unlocking your phone.
These are its main functions:
- Messages displayed in bubbles.
- The content of the message is displayed in a dialog box when you click on one of these bubbles.
- It allows you to access the conversation directly.
- Easily removable alerts.
What's happening is that apps like this have become obsolete by incorporating new features such as those that show the content of chats on the blocking screen... and also, in terms of privacy, do you really want other apps to be able to read your communications?