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You Can Now WhatsApp On Desktop Computers

WhatsApp On Desktop Computers

WhatsApp is now available on desktop computers. The Popular instant messaging app, it have been confirmed by a web client launched for Chrome and Android.

 

How it works

How it works on web client, your phone will have to be connected to the internet. This will enable easy synchronization and all messages will still on the phone. However the web services will simply act as an extension of your phone.

whatsapp-desktop-screenshot

According to the explanation given on Whatapp blog, below

‘To connect your web browser to your WhatsApp client, simply open https://web.whatsapp.com in your Google Chrome browser. You will see a QR code — scan the code inside of WhatsApp, and you’re ready to go. You have now paired WhatsApp on your phone with the WhatsApp web client.’

For now the service is available on Android, iOS users will have to wait for some time

For you to run this web service it requires the Latest Version of Whatsapp so you have to update the applications on your phone to get along.

How to Use WhatsApp Web

Android Users:
1. Open the Link: https://web.whatsapp.com
2. Open WhatsApp on your phone
3. Select Menu
4. Select WhatsApp Web and Scan the QR Code

Windows Phone Users:
1. Open the Link: https://web.whatsapp.com
2. Open WhatsApp on your phone
3. Select Menu
4. Select WhatsApp Web and Scan the QR Code

BlackBerry Users (Touch Devices):
1. Open the Link: https://web.whatsapp.com
2. Open WhatsApp on your phone
3. Swipe down from Top of the Screen
4. Select WhatsApp Web and Scan the QR Code

BlackBerry Users (Non Touch Device):
1. Open the Link: https://web.whatsapp.com
2. Open WhatsApp on your phone
3. Select Chats
4. Press The Menu Key
5. Select WhatsApp Web and Scan the QR Code

Note: You Need the Latest Version of Whatsapp Before It Work

 

Share you experience if you have installed it on you PC  via comment box

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2 Comments

    1. Thanks Hoshiar Singh Negi
      You need to free your phone memory, delete some apps that you don’t use any more again. so that they can be a free space for the phone to run well

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