the mobile-independent app for Windows

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It’s been a long time coming, but it’s here. WhatsApp users can finally send and receive messages using the web and desktop versions for Windows of this popular messaging application without having to keep our mobile phone connected.

This feature, which has been implemented in Telegram for a long time, makes our experience very flexible of use because it allows us to keep multiple devices simultaneously linked to the same account and telephone number.

The app is now faster, but has some limitations

Those responsible for the development of WhatsApp assure that your new web and desktop app for Windows is faster and offers us a more agile interaction. We have not yet had the opportunity to test it thoroughly, but yes, our first feelings in this area are positive.

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On the other hand, as we have just seen, the most attractive novelty is that we can now have up to 4 linked devices simultaneously to our account without the need to maintain the connection and synchronization with our mobile phone.

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Of course, not all the news is good. And it is that this app still has some limitations that we are interested in not overlooking. The most relevant is that for the moment we can only link computersso we miss the ability to bind as well tablets and maybe even a second smartphone.

On the other hand, macOS users will have to wait to have access to a native version of this web and desktop app for this operating system. Those responsible for WhatsApp they have confirmed that they are working on itAlthough we still don’t know when it will be ready. Let’s cross our fingers that it doesn’t take too long to arrive.

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It’s been a long time coming, but it’s here. WhatsApp users can finally send and receive messages using the web…

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s here. WhatsApp users can finally send and receive messages using the web…

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