Wednesday, October 5

WhatsApp on Windows no longer requires you to link your phone | Digital Trends Spanish

Good news for users WhatsApp on Windowssince from now on the native application is no longer in beta and is official, leaving aside authentication through the phone to send, receive and synchronize messages.

A update on the WhatsApp site reveals that the updated windows app is out of beta and available for download in microsoft store.

Oh wow, the new version of WhatsApp is now out of beta. It’s a modern Windows app which replaces the old electron/web version. You can receive messages without the app being turned on, and you don’t need to be connected to a phone.

Download: https://t.co/10uMAH7SHI pic.twitter.com/6Xh1KKqsh0

— Daniel 🇨🇦 (@kid_jenius) August 16, 2022

Previously, Windows users had to download WhatsApp’s web-based desktop app or access the messaging service from their web browsers. The new app is native to Windows, which, as WhatsApp explains, should make the app faster and more responsive.

The WhatsApp multi-device feature has been fully implemented and is out of beta. This allows you to link up to four devices to your WhatsApp account without needing your phone, all while maintaining end-to-end encryption.

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