WhatsAppallows users to connect a desktop computer so they can continue to make, receive and send messages without having to have their phone with them. The company finally presents another expected update. In this context, let’s see what changes the popular messaging application has made.
A browser or web-based WhatsApp offers innovations via WhatsApp Web via its desktop application. WhatsApp is now releasing a native Windows app that has been updated to run natively on Windows.
WhatsApp finally presented the awaited application for Windows!
While the app doesn’t really look any different on the surface, the Windows-exclusive app will run better, use fewer resources, and launch faster than before. These apps will also allow you to keep chats alive from your keyboard when your phone is offline. WhatsApp will also release a native MacOS app, but this is still in development.
The macOS app is being tested in a closed beta and will come as a MacOS “Universal app,” meaning it will be based on the iPhone version of the WhatsApp app and run natively on Apple silicon laptops. 9to5Mac reports that the early beta version of the new WhatsApp desktop app is significantly faster than the current version.
No matter what platform you use the new WhatsApp desktop app on, you will still need to link it to a smartphone account linked to a phone number. Once connected, you can send and receive messages and make WhatsApp calls with end-to-end encryption on every connected device.