If you really wanted to have your Android device do everything for you, what you can do is use a special mode. In other words, it's what I like to call a "moderately easy" method for unlocking your phone's bootload of apps. It works by having a rooted user modify some code that runs in the Dalvik virtual machine (the software behind Android), so that when the phone connects to a particular app, it will load that app without using the traditional "permission" method, where you'd instead have to set every single application up one at a time. With this approach, you can literally "turn off" certain features that run in the background without any interaction from you, thus allowing you to maximize the amount of time you can use your phone.
How does it work? First, you have to download a program called "APK Tools" from the Android marketplace. This will allow you to download a special version of Android that has been modified to play the "dark mode" app flawlessly. Next, you have to set up your computer to be able to run whatapp, by going to the directory where you would install any drivers, and copying the APK file to your computer. After that, you have to connect your android phone to your computer with a USB and install the Dark Mode for Whatapp program, following the onscreen instructions (usually just a few text boxes).
When it boots up, it will first show a message about installing the latest version of Google Now, which is required to make the feature work. You can then go into the Google Now section of the Now page and enable "oidal filtering." If your phone supports it, the feature will automatically turn on. In any case, this will enable you to get access to all the features of whatapp - Calls, SMS, MMS, email, and so on - without having to deal with any pesky popups from YouTube or other third-party apps.