WhatsApp Has Launched a Windows Native App

WhatsApp Has Launched a Windows Native App ...

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WhatsApp is developing a new Windows app that runs natively on Windows and removes the old web-based backend. This allows users to keep making and receiving calls and sending messages even when they don't have their phone with them.

While your phone will not be connected to the internet, the native software will perform better, save more time, and start up faster than the original. WhatsApp will also develop software that runs on macOS, although this is still in beta testing. It will be based on the WhatsApp iPhone app and run natively on Apple laptops.

The new WhatsApp desktop app, according to 9to5Mac, is much faster than the old one. No matter what platform you use to access WhatsApp, you must connect the new desktop software to a smartphone account linked to a phone number. Once your devices are connected, you can send and receive messages, make WhatsApp calls, and more using end-to-end encryption.

When your phone is offline, GSM Arena advises you to use up to four linked devices. However, after 14 days since you last used your phone, linked devices will automatically be logged out. (ANI)

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