WhatsApp can now hide your IP address during calls
The latest version of WhatsApp for Android and iOS now supports hiding your IP address. The feature will hide your IP address from the other party on your call through WhatsApp servers and your real-world location. WhatsApp is also adding another new privacy feature which allows users to silence unknown callers. This feature will block even more sophisticated cyber-attacks on users’ data.
To enable the new Protect IP address in calls feature, you'll need to go through the following steps inside the WhatsApp app:
- Tap Settings
- Go to Privacy
- Select Advanced
- Tap Protect IP address in calls
Keep in mind that the process of relaying your call through WhatsApp’s servers will come at the cost of reduced call quality.Source
- 13 Nov 2023
Hiding the IP address is a good thing but VPN connectivity should also be provided so that one can call their friends and family with ease. I'm out of my country and from my present location I'm not able to make call home country. For that ...
- 10 Nov 2023
Cool beans, and it seems to propagate fast to users. But I want the multiple account support more. Why is that feature not rolling out as fast?
- Sam N8 808 owner
- 10 Nov 2023
Nothing by the name of Meta, I have 2 such apps on my Android 10 device:- 1. Facebook App Installer, 2. Facebook App Manager, Both are system apps, means I can't remove them without rooting.. So, I just disabled them, hoping that disa...