This PC app is missing a lot of the features, such as video calls, that the mobile app has but it definitely has a use case for WhatsApp power users.
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Once the download is complete, open the file to continue installing WhatsApp. If you're using a Mac, WhatsApp will ask if you'd like to add it to your Applications folder or Desktop doc. On an iPhone iOS 8.1 or above, capture the QR code by going to "Settings" and then "WhatsApp Web/Desktop.".
On a Windows Phone 8.1 or higher, go to the chat screen, then "Menu," and then "WhatsApp Web.".
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You'll be prompted to use your smartphone's camera to scan the QR code visible in your computer's web browser. Whatsapp web will automatically launch in the browser and will remain active until you log out either from your computer or your phone.
You can select this option on your phone by returning to the WhatsApp Web menu and choose to log out from all devices. Click the green download button to install the WhatsApp application on your computer. On a Windows computer, you should follow the steps in the installer' and on a Mac simply drag the WhatsApp icon to your applications folder.
Today we're introducing a desktop app so you have a new way to stay in touch anytime and anywhere - whether on your phone or computer at home or work.
As long as both devices are close to one another, you can use your computer to send messages via WhatsApp on your phone. If you want a dedicated app, you can use the WhatsApp Desktop application for Windows and macOS.
Now, you’ll have to scan the QR code using your iPhone or Android smartphone. If you’re using an Android smartphone, tap the “Menu” button from the toolbar in the top-right corner. In a second, the QR code will be scanned, and you’ll be logged in to WhatsApp Web. RELATED: How to Make Group Voice and Video Calls on WhatsApp. To do this, click the “Menu” button from the top toolbar and then choose the “Log Out” option.
Before you can view and manage your conversations on your PC or Mac, you'll need to make sure the WhatsApp app on your iPhone or Android phone is up to date by checking for any pending updates in your phone's respective app store. With that done, download and install the Windows or MacOS version of WhatsApp on your computer. So if for example, you're traveling in another country and your phone doesn't have a connection, you won't be able to use WhatsApp on a computer. You can access the built-in scanner by opening the Menu or Settings, then selecting WhatsApp Web from the options. Notice there's a small checkbox below the QR code that will keep you signed into that computer by default. Mac users will need to unzip the file, then move WhatsApp to the Applications folder.
You can access the built-in scanner by opening the Menu or Settings, then selecting WhatsApp Web from the options. Again, WhatsApp recommends leaving your phone connected to a Wi-Fi network in order to reduce the amount of mobile data used.
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WhatsApp is saying goodbye to the Windows Phone world by officially ending support for the mobile platform managed by Microsoft. This means no matter which Windows Phone iteration your device has, it won't get official support for WhatsApp starting tomorrow.
"Because we no longer actively develop for these operating systems, some features might stop functioning at any time," WhatsApp wrote on its FAQ section defining end of support for Windows Phone versions.