WhatsApp launches Desktop Software for Windows and Mac Users

WhatsApp launches Desktop Software for Windows and Mac Users

WhatsApp the most popular messaging service is now available to be used from your Desktop computer doesn’t matter either its running on Windows or Mac OS, WhatsApp has launched both version for Desktop computers.

Facebook-owned WhatsApp messaging software has been a mobile-only messaging platform forever, but from Tuesday, the company is offering you its desktop application for both Windows and OS X.

Few months back, WhatsApp launched a Web client that can be run through your browser to use WhatsApp on your desktop, but now users running Windows 8 or Mac OS 10.9 and above can use the new desktop app that mirrors WhatsApp messages from a user’s mobile device. According to the company’s blog post, the WhatsApp desktop app is similar to WhatsApp Web with synchronized conversations and messages

Since WhatsApp desktop app is native for both Windows and OS X platform, it can support desktop notifications and keyboard shortcuts.

WhatsApp has been rising at an extraordinary pace recently. The service has over 1 Billion monthly active users.

At the beginning of the year, the company removed its yearly $1 subscription fee. Just last month, the company rolled out end-to-end encryption for all its users’ communication by default.

How to Download WhatsApp Desktop Software

  1. Users running Windows 8 (or newer) or OS X 10.9 (or newer) can download WhatsApp desktop app available for direct downloading.
  2. Once Downloaded, open the WhatsApp desktop app.
  3. Scan the QR code with your mobile phone to Sync your device.

Now enjoy WhatsApping your friends and family straight from your desktop.

Related posts

Tips For Becoming Successful At Article Marketing.


How Employee Monitoring Software Can Provide Detailed Analytics


How To Become A Black Hat Hacker?


Macbook 12in m7 Review: Display, Processor, Battery Life

Sign up for our Newsletter and
stay informed

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.