WhatsApp is one of the most popular and widely used messaging platforms today. Most of us might have got tired of typing and replying to messages on the mobile app. To deal with this issue and to encourage users to actively use the service more, the product team came with a brilliant browser-based client known as WhatsApp Web in 2015.
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WhatsApp has updated its web app with a built-in custom Sticker Maker that lets users choose images from their computers and convert them into stickers that can be sent through WhatsApp. Continue reading “Whatsapp brings custom sticker maker for web app; may extend time limit to delete messages”
In a recent development, Whatsapp has started rolling out the audio and video calling feature to WhatsApp’s desktop app. Continue reading “Whatsapp rolls out video and audio calling feature to its desktop app”
WhatsApp introduced web client for Android earlier this year. Later it was expanded to other platforms. WhatsApp Web has finally started rolling out for iPhone users. It was noted by a reddit user. It is available through a server-side update, so it will be pushed out automatically if you don’t have it yet. You can go to WhatsApp settings in the iPhone app, select WhatsApp web and scan the QR code that you get when you visit web.whatsapp.com from the desktop. Continue reading “WhatsApp Web finally available for iPhone”
Whatsapp, the world’s most popular instant messaging platform, now comes to the PC, via the web browser route. The web client, which currently works only on Google’s Chrome, will let you chat with your friends right from the comforts of a browser, a long standing request finally fulfilled by the company. The functionality currently works on the updated version of Whatsapp on Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry devices, while iPhones are not getting the feature due to “platform limitations”, according to Whatsapp chief Jan Koum.
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