One of the most popular and highly used social messaging app WhatsApp has been launched on the web browser for a lot more simplified experience. The app which is largely used by millions of mobile users remains at the top of the list in spite of other similar apps being available at the App stores for free. WhatsApp has managed to capture huge number of audience for itself in a relatively shorter time span.
How is it going to work out?
The new feature lets the users send and receive texts on the Google Chrome Browser which will be a continuation of their conversations on mobile devices. This basically means, all your conversations are still live on your cell phones.
This new WhatsApp feature is presently available only on Google Chrome as of now and will not be available for iPhone users due to Apple platform limitations.
Firstly, you need to download the latest updated version of WhatsApp from Playstore, and then simply go to this link: https://web.whatsapp.com in your Google Chrome browser. Scan the QR code inside of WhatsApp, and you’re ready to go. Also it lets you log out from your phone, if you have logged in from other PCs.
Well, as Facebook has acquired WhatsApp, this acquisition clearly shows a stunning growth for the App!