a The WhatsApp New launched Application Native to desktop, available for Windows 10 And the 11, which can improve the performance of the messaging program on computers. Until then, the PC version, Initially released in May 2016just played WhatsApp Web on windows Nor macOS. Now, in addition to working faster, the application itself will allow you to send and receive messages, as well as see notifications, even with your cell phone turned off. At the moment, the program is only available on Microsoft Store Foreigner, but should soon arrive in the Brazilian store. See below to know all about the new WhatsApp Web for PC.
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After downloading WhatsApp Web from Windows Storethe user will have to open the messenger on the mobile phone and enter “more options”, if Androidor under ‘Settings’ in Iphone (iOS). After that, it will be necessary to get to the “Connected devices” tab and point the smartphone camera at the QR code displayed on the computer screen, as it is currently. Once this is done, just wait for the device to be paired with the messaging app.
The difference from the new version of the PC application is that once this procedure is performed, the program will work more independently in relation to the cell phone, without having to be nearby or even running. However, it should be noted that the service is not yet available for download from the Brazilian App Store. MicrosoftBut it will arrive soon.
for users MacThe functionality is still under development and there is no confirmed release date. However, it is possible to get a similar experience from the service test tripwhich offers a beta version of the messaging app from Goal for the computer.
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