WhatsApp has released a new version of its Windows app, which is capable of working totally standalone.
The latest WhatsApp desktop client for Windows has been released, and it now functions independently of a smartphone. As reported by The Verge, the new software has now left the beta and is in full release.
WhatsApp, a new Windows app, will run more smoothly and provide a more polished user experience than its predecessors. The updated app is now available in the Microsoft Store (opens in a new tab) - but it may not be immediately visible if you still see the old one.
WhatsApp is expanding to the desktop, where users can still receive messages and initiate things like video conversations even when their phones arent nearby. Because the app is native software, notifications will continue to be received even if the app is closed. Based on what users have said, the new Windows client appears to be much faster and more responsive than the old software.
The Mac platform is also making changes, with native WhatsApp software in the works. Nevertheless, Mac users may participate in the beta testing phase if the feature is something they like (and, of course, the possibility of just using WhatsApp in their browser).