Unblocked WhatsApp apps are blocked in India and are often not unlocked.
However, the latest news suggests that the WhatsApp team are working on a fix to make the feature available for everyone.
A post on the WhatsApp’s Facebook page says the team is working on fixing the problem, but hasn’t yet released any details.
“We are currently working on this feature and will release more details soon.
We are very excited about this,” the post said.
The latest news comes after a new app called Hackehar Whatsapp has been blocked in several countries and a WhatsApp security team have warned users about the risks of using the app.
According to the post, the Hackelhar Whatsppap app has been used by more than 1.2 million users and has been accessed more than 50 million times.
The app has also been used for over 50 million SMS messages.
The post said that the app was recently used for more than one billion messages, with over 2.4 million messages in the last month.
WhatsApp has faced increasing scrutiny since a massive data leak in July that exposed the app’s inner workings.
Last month, Facebook was forced to remove Hackeshapp, its encrypted messaging app, from its app store due to a security breach.
The WhatsApp team has also recently faced criticism over the privacy practices of the app and how it is used by many users.
Earlier this week, Facebook announced it was making the app more secure, but it also said users had until the end of November to remove the app from their phone or their accounts would be deleted. Read More