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Sunday, October 2, 2022

WhatsApp already has a native Windows app that works offline with your smartphone

WhatsApp already offered a Windows application based on the Internet browser format, but smartphone is required to be online at all times in order for the messaging app to work. A new version of WhatsApp has been released that runs natively on Windows and promises to be faster and more secure for users. The app was in beta, but you can already access the final version for Windows.

The new application has been developed and optimized for use in the Windows operating system environment. And in addition to increasing the response speed, when sending and receiving messages, it intends to be more secure. But the main feature of this special application is that you can continue to receive notifications and exchange messages even when your smartphone is offline..

See the gallery for images of the PC application:

Installing the app, which you can access from the Windows Store, requires you to follow the same pairing process through the smartphone app. So, once installed on Windows, you should access WhatsApp on your smartphone, click on the three dots of options, and click on connected devices.

BUT The Windows app will provide a QR code that you need to scan with your smartphone to connect the system to your account.. From there, you can use the Windows app without a smartphone. You users can now connect four devices at the same time to your account, keeping messages encrypted.

WhatsApp says that native application for Mac operating systems is still in developmentbut users can already access the beta version, with instructions on how to access it can be found on the application page.

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