Before WhatsApp, I cannot think of any app which have served so many mobile users across the planet who could text and send files to each other with so much of ease. WhatsApp is available for Android, iOS and Windows Mobile platforms and allows you to stay in touch with almost all your friends without paying anything to your service provider (assuming most of your friends own a smartphone).
One of the biggest privileges that we need from any messaging or emailing service is whether it could let you recover any of your deleted messages. And the fact that WhatsApp lets you recover deleted messages, images and videos that have been shared does make it a pretty solid app.
I am sure that most of the WhatsApp users are not aware of the fact that this messaging service takes backup of all the shared stuff every 24 hours and it keeps the backup files intact for last 7 days. Yes, it’s true. And there is a way which would let you use those backup files to restore things.
So, below are two ways to recover lost Whatsapp data.
Method 1 This is a simple and pretty straightforward way to restore deleted WhatsApp stuff. All you need to do is uninstall the app and install it back. This would actually use all the backup files, and restore whatever it can.
Available for both Android and iOS, YouTube Kids offers a kid-friendly interface with age-appropriate content divided into four easy to navigate categories. YouTube Kids is definitely best suited for younger children as the simple interface and preschool/elementary oriented content.
Steps to Use YouTube Kids App
The YouTube Kids is very easy to use because of its simple interface but also help makes good sense of what individual features accomplish.
Steps 1: Go to play store or iTunes, now download the app and install.
Step 2: Open App, Now you need to add the parental lock. By default the passcode system is really only suitable for very small children as any kid who can read will easily. This passcode will need every time when you access the app.
Step 3: Next you need to specify which type of video your children can see. Choose the initial home screen experience video that best suite to your children. For Example, Preschool, School, all kinds, etc.
Step 4: After that specify search feature. They will ask you, do you want to search features on or off? Here If you specify off then your kids cannot search video and can see only your created collection otherwise they can search video.
After the final selection made, you will enter into the home screen of the app, Now all is done. From left-to-right, the icons lead to suggested video content, music, educational videos, and a section called “explore” which is essentially a suggestion engine that links to new channels and content.
The search feature plays a big role in seeding what the suggested videos are. If, for example, your children love animal videos then you should start searching for animal videos.
In the upper right corner of the screen, you’ll see the Chromecast casting icon and the search icon; in the lower right corner, you’ll find the parental lock/settings icon.
Your kids can enjoy the app.
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