Counter-espionage on social media has brought me here. Although WhatsApp is not exactly a good example of social media, having been bought by Facebook's merchants makes it so. Similarly to how you can 'hack' into your Facebook profile page source and see who's been stalking you the most, Whats Tracker claims to do the same for your WhatsApp Profile.
The personal sacrifice of giving away my phone number to What Tracker should be viewed as a valuable proof of credibility on my part; Even though I have no way of proving it. In any way, I had to re-install WhatsApp and be forced to see my ex's profile again. I then installed Whats Tracker and saw a bunch of my contacts with whom I communicate as the cream of the crop of my WA stalkers. Well, some of them don't even have a WhatsApp account so, the main feature is apparently fake.
A second feature is a list that shows which contact profile you have visited. Also fake.
The third and only functional feature is the map locator. This one shows a map with blue and pink blips that depict male and female Whats Tracker users. You input gender info when you register with Whats Tracker. You may send messages to these users but, unfortunately, the chat feature is lacking a history section. If you want to resume a chat, you will need to open the locator and search for that user again.
Finally, What Tracker is an 'ad aggregator.' There's a full-screen ad that pops up every few seconds it seems. There are also embedded ads that creep throw user lists and such.
- Find who's been visiting your WhatsApp profile (FAKE)
- Show who's profiles you have viewed (FAKE)
- Search for other Whats Fake... sorry, other Whats Tracker users.
Whats Tracker is a dual purpose app. It is designed to make money through false adverting and displaying as many ads per minute as decently possible. They also most probably sell your phone number to third parties. Don't bother.