The new WhatsApp for Windows no longer requires you to link your phone to send, receive, and sync messages. that Update on WhatsApp Reveals that the updated Windows app is out of beta and available for Download from Microsoft Store.
Previously, Windows users had to download the web-based WhatsApp app for the desktop or access the messaging service from their web browsers. The new app is native to Windows, which, WhatsApp explains, should make the app faster and more responsive.
The redesigned WhatsApp has a slightly cleaner interface when compared to the previous version of the app but other than that it doesn’t look very different. The biggest change is that you no longer need to keep your phone connected to the internet to sync messages between your phone and the desktop app. WhatsApp says it’s currently working on a native app for macOS as well.
Oh wow, the new version of WhatsApp is out of beta now. It is a modern Windows application that replaces the old Electron/Web version. You can receive messages without running the app, and you don’t need to be connected to a phone.
– Daniel (@kid_jenius) August 16, 2022
Multi-device feature in WhatsApp It was completely released and out of beta. This allows you to link up to four devices to your WhatsApp account without the need for your phone, all while maintaining end-to-end encryption.
in April, WABetaInfo Find a screenshot From the beta version of WhatsApp on Android which indicates that the platform may be soon Add multi-device support for tablets. At the moment, WhatsApp only allows you to link computers to your account, so adding support for tablets (or perhaps an additional phone) would only be useful.
The use of associated devices comes with Some limitations, However. For example, if you use an iPhone as the primary device, you cannot delete or delete chats. You also cannot send messages with link previews from WhatsApp on the web, send messages, or call someone who is using an “extremely old version” of WhatsApp, in addition to viewing live locations.
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