But don’t worry always try to make things simpler for you guys and that’s why i am going to show you a simple and automated way to delete unwanted WhatsApp’s photos.
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Going through the folder yourself could be really irritating somtimes, why not have an application that will assist you with the task. And That’s the logic behind an Android application called Siftr Magic.
This app is Developed by an Indian startup called Siftr, and this app is basically a “photo cleaner” app that scans your WhatsApp folder for “junk photos” and deletes them if prompted.According to the developer Siftr Magic uses a self-made image recognition engine that analyses the content of an image to determine the value of the image.
The app does this by sending small hashes of the images to Siftr’s database of images. To identify and sort the photos as either normal photos or junk photos. So for that you will definitely need an internet connection.
Now in order to clean the junk photos of WhatsApp first head over to the play store and search of siftr magic app and download it. Once download open the app and click this doctor icon to analyze and scan your device. Once the scan is completed, the app will ask the user if they would like to remove all junk photos from their device.
Now before deleting the junk photos i will highly suggest you to go through and check weather any important photo is selected or not. If there is any photo which you want to keep then just uncheck it. Now the last thing which you have to do it to click on this delete icon and the app will immediately delete the junk photos from the device just like this.
Besides WhatsApp, Magic Cleaner can also be used to clear up photos in your device’s gallery. Unlike WhatsApp, Magic Cleaner would scan through your phone’s photo album in search of duplicate photos instead of junk photos.
So all and all siftr Magic is a good tool to have if you’re heavily reliant on WhatsApp. The app itself is currently available only for Android devices, but Siftr has mentioned that it is currently working on an iOS version as well.