WhatsApp to soon allow native Windows app, MacOS version in beta

Good news for all the techies out there, as WhatsApp will soon allow it’s users to link a desktop computer. This will surely make everyone’s life easier as they can not just receive messages, but can also receive calls without using a smartphone.

The system will bring a revolutionary change on the way everyone looks at WhatsApp. This will be possible with the use of WhatsApp Web through a browser, or a web-based WhatsApp desktop app.

Precisely, they are up for launching a native Windows app, that runs on an updated natively on Windows. However, the look of the app, won’t differ from the current version, but it will run better by using comparatively less resources. Besides, the newer launch will be more fast and will also allow the users chat even when their phone are not active.

WhatsApp is more likely to release a native MacOS app as well, which is yet to be developed. They are testing the MacOS app and can be expected to make its debut soon. This version will specifically be designed for the apple usersm

Well, to use the brand new WhatsApp desktop app on your PC you must link it to your existing smartphone account, that is already being linked to a phone number. After you are done linking, it will allow you to receive and send messages and phone calls, without any disturbance. Besides, all the calls and chats will have end-to-end encryption on each linked device. Thus, there is no chance of data leakage. Also, this app allows you to link four devices at a time, while your phone is offline. However, keeping the safety and security as priority, the app will all automatically log out all the devices if you fail to use your phone in 14 days.

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