WhatsApp Ghost VS WhatsApp Spy: Use WhatsApp in Stealth!

Are you a WhatsApp user trying to find the solution for this? Do you want to get into WhatsApp and check statuses without being online? So here we are with two cute apps for your purpose. We are going to show you both and make a short review to tell which one’s best.

WhatsApp in Stealth mode: Which one’s the best??

For this we here have two apps from Google Play (so you now know we are focusing on Android). They are WhatsApp Ghost and WhatsApp Spy. Both these apps are small in size but the WhatsApp Ghost (57KB) is very tiny while comparing WhatsApp Spy (2.2MB). Both apps does the thing in their own ways. We’ll tell more about this soon. Both the two apps does the job perfectly, but we like and recommend the one that we’ll reveal at the end.

Whatsapp Ghost:

WhatsApp Ghost inside   WhatsApp Ghost app

So lets get inside. Let me start with the WhatsApp Ghost. This app is designed to start and run on back after launching the original WhatsApp app which means you work on the real WhatsApp without being online. So after you launch WhatsApp Ghost app, it starts and goes back like a ghost and launches the WhatsApp. Then you can see your chats, previous messages and your contacts there. You can reply your friend and do it all when no one sees you there. So this is about this app.

WhatsApp Spy:

Whatsspy app   Whatsspy app config   Whatsspy app ADS

Whatsapp Spy is more detailed and featured app when comparing the other. It has few tabs like Contacts, Recent, More and Config. Wait. The main think I hate here is the ads! Ads kills this app. Even when you open the app for first time, they pop up and asks you to accept an agreement. If you agree that, the app adds a page as your browser’s homepage and adds a search widget! However, you can decline that to use the app. You have to select a contact from Contact tab and you can view their chat. Then there is a Config tab where you can make some small changes to the app.

So we are deciding the winner now. After trying both apps, I am going to tell you that the WhatsApp Ghost is the best one. So the WhatsApp Ghost is the winner. Because its light and very simple and easy to use. We also chose this as the competitor, WhatsApp Spy has few flaws. Ads are the most irritating things of that app (we shown one in the image too). Then this app takes more time and things to do while comparing the  WhatsApp Ghost. So we don’t like that much. And there are lot of complaints on the WhatsApp Ghost app page regarding its ‘Data turn offs’. They say that this app turns off your data while turning on the Ghost mode (after which you get into stealth mode) and so they can’t use the app. Because of this, the app had got a lot of negative reviews. This is a big misunderstanding in fact. You can get it if you read the app description. The app after launching always toggles the ‘Enable data’ option assuming that you are having the phone with data turned off. So you have to launch the app without turning the data on. That’s it. And that’s the only problem we noted with the WhatsApp Ghost. So clearly, it wins.

Tips To Speed Up Your Android Device

Android is now and always the most used Operating system on smartphones and we all know the advantage of it. We have Android on a high-end super phones to a low-end budget phones. Speed is the issue when you go with few Androids with less firepower. Every smartphone running Android slows down with time as we use it. We need to maintain its smoothness and functionality and that’s what I am going to write here.

Need to speed up your Android?

Do you really need to fine-tune your smartphone? Is your phone load apps very slowly making you go crazy? There are several things that makes your Android device get slow. So here we list those factors and things you need to do to minimize the slow downs of your device.

Unused & Unwanted Apps:

Remove: Your Android may run many unwanted background processes without your knowledge. This is because those apps with permission to run on background are installed on your device. So now ask yourself, Do you really need it? Be very clear. Have the apps that you really need. Don’t have the apps that you don’t even open installed on your devices. These apps eat up both your memory and RAM. For me, this is most important as the more apps your phone run/have, the more slower it runs.

Kill: You just removed all the unwanted useless apps. Still now your device runs apps in background. They may be the ones that you use but not right now. So you know what to do. You kill those apps either through your inbuilt task manager (by holding home key) or by using any third party task killers. This is okay and yes it is effective. If you use task killer, use only one. Its waste of both memories if you use multiple task killers or memory optimizers. Some of those apps that I recommend are: Advance Mobile Care, Clean Master.

Update your Software:

Software update always helps. Get every update that you can. Get the latest Android if its available, get the latest firmware from your manufacturer and also update every third party apps that you have on your device. A single update may come out with the required bug fix or anything that can reduce the lag. So updating will ensure the best possible performance of your device.

Root your Android:

Rooting can give you all the abilities with which you can completely change your device’s performance and looks. Rooting nulls your warranty and it is also risky as you may brick your phone while trying to root. But if you do it right, you get the ultimate from your phone. You can unroot your device anytime to restore the warranty. Here are the things that you can do after rooting to increase the performance of the device.

  • Install Custom ROMs: So you can install unofficial custom ROMs for your model which may come with serious improvements over the official one. This is risky too as there are always unstable ROMs with lot of bugs out there. So you have to be careful while choosing your ROMs. Reading the user comments before flashing may help.
  • Overclock!: Well, you can overclock your CPU with root access. This will eat up more battery but get you the most out of your processor, speeding you your device.
  • Remove pre-installed apps: You can remove any pre-installed applications that are found on the device. Be cautious while doing so. Don’t touch apps like Phone and Notification bar.

Useful apps to install:

While you have to have only really useful apps on your device, there are some kinds of apps that you need to speed up your Android. I don’t name those apps, I’ll only tell you the kind.

  • Antivirus: This scans your device for any malwares that could cause the slow down. So install a good Antivirus app and update it when available.
  • Task Killer: Like I said before, install a task killer that is really functioning. Prefer auto-task killer which kills the apps and frees up RAM every few minutes.
  • Cleaners: There are many memory cleaners that frees up the space. Use the cleaners that cleans everything: Cache, junk files and even RAM and then you can replace your Task Killer with this app!

Tune the system:

Set the device to run smooth and cool. Avoid beautiful screensavers and live wallpapers which can slow down the device. Set the transition animation speeds of the device faster. Move all apps to the SD card if possible and always have a good amount of internal space. Move everything (like images, music, downloads, videos) to the SD card. This really helps. Lastly if you are experiencing high lag that you can’t bear, backup & reset your phone. This definitely speeds up your device but its just a temporary solution.

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