WhatsApp is the most popular messaging services for instant messaging, voice, and video calling, is used by over a billion users around the world. Now WhatsApp extended its support for PC with its WhatsApp Desktop app on Microsoft Store, after testing it with a limited number of users as part of their desktop app beta program.
WhatsApp was been offering a version of the Messenger for Windows PCs with a “classic” Win32 program since 2016 downloaded through www.whatsapp.com. WhatsApp desktop is a web wrapper for its web application, and looks relatively like the past desktop form that is packaged using Desktop App Converter for Project Centennial.
This rendition isn’t composed particularly for Microsoft’s local Universal Windows Platform (UWP). The WhatsApp group has rather utilized Microsoft’s Desktop Bridge to convey their WhatsApp Desktop to Microsoft Store.
The application packs a rundown of valuable highlights that incorporate sharing files of various types, editing profile information, sending GIFs and Emojis and viewing Status Updates. In expansion, the application likewise support push notices so you don’t miss a message. Nonetheless, the work area application is feeling the loss of a great deal of highlights, for example, video calls, which is accessible on the portable application.
Not surprisingly, this extra form of WhatsApp just fills in as an augmentation of the smartphone application, which implies that you will require a cell phone with WhatsApp introduced to utilize this application. Users still have the choice to utilize the web variant rather than the application or the more seasoned work area adaptation.
Application download estimate is roughly 250MB and as indicated by remarks from the source interface, it isn’t yet accessible in all areas so you may need to sit tight for it to end up noticeably accessible in your nation. You can download the application by clicking here.