iPhone users can finally send WhatsApp messages from computers too
WhatsApp, the most popular messaging app in the world with over 800 million active users across the globe, silently rolled out a new feature that finally allows iPhone users to send and receive messages on their computers through a browser. While until now the "web" feature was only available for operating systems such as Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry, the company quietly added iPhone to the list.
To activate the feature that lets you communicate from your computer, open the app on your phone, navitage to the Settings and search for "WhatsApp Web." You can also go to the WhatsApp Web page and scan the QR code featured there.
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