Hide-Blue ticks or last seen is the newly launched mobile app on Google Play store. As the app’s name suggests, according to the developer of the app, it enables the user to hide their last seen or blue ticks while using the popular social networks such as Facebook Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp, Telegram, Viber, IMP, and Allo. It provides the freedom to the users to read their friend’s incoming messages incognito without leaving any last seen notice or blue double ticks. Additionally, the user can also see the messages immediately deleted by the sender on apps like WhatsApp and others.
The app currently stands on a rating of over 4 stars with several good reviews from the users. The app allows the users to maintain their privacy by not letting others see whether they have checked a message or not. If they don’t want others to know when they’re online, this app can simply do that. It features a user-friendly interface that is quite easy to use.
The Company “Codeplay Labs Private Limited”, developer of the Hide – Blue Ticks or Last Seen app claimed that once the app is installed, whenever the user will receive a message from one of the above-listed messenger apps, they will also receive the Hide-Blue Ticks or Last Seen notification. By clicking on that, they can have the freedom to read the message without the risk of letting others know or in worst cases, offending anyone by not replying.
With the Hide-Blue Ticks or Last Seen app, there is no need to remove internet connection or activate offline mode to browse or check a message. Using the app, the user can simply read chat messages invisibly and incognito as well as watch all the WhatsApp photos, videos and audio files without leaving the double blue check notice.
Hide-Blue Ticks or Last Seen app is recently updated to further improve the user experience. Within a short period of its launch, the app has received over 10,000 downloads from Android users all over the world. The size of the app is only 15 MB and is available for free download on Google Play store.
Note: We didn’t test this app, it just a press release and we also not endorsing it…