maxstorm, 06 Feb 2016Still of no use if you need to keep your mobile screen onWhy you need screen on when using whatsapp web?
just on your mobile data / wifi.
dileepkadavarath, 05 Feb 2016Would've been even more easier and universal if it worked like Telegram. Phone for authenticat... moreYes. You are right regarding that. The only reason why people stick to that is, maybe, because you don't even need to do anything to add your friends since you already have them on your phone book (not even need to do the import or invite thing). All have pros and cons I guess.
Anonymous, 05 Feb 2016and not compatible with internet explorer ... lol ~But it works with Baidu browser.
How about IE? I don´t want to upgrade to Windows 10, didn´t have a good experience. And Edge is only available on 10.
kurotsuki, 05 Feb 2016I don't know for other countries. But in my country, a lot of small business use WhatsApp as o... moreWould've been even more easier and universal if it worked like Telegram. Phone for authentication, and PC alone for everything else. Any logged in account can see all other active sessions and terminate them remotely. So there is no chance of foul play. Most of users these days have multiple phones, PCs, Tablets etc. Whatsapp can only be logged in a single phone at any time and not even that for tablets. I don't get why this is still popular.
Yousef Al Salmi, 05 Feb 2016What's the point of using Whatsapp Web version if both the phone and the browser should be onl... moreI don't know for other countries. But in my country, a lot of small business use WhatsApp as one of their customer service access points where customer can inquiry an item, purchase an item, or even arrange an appointment to service their devices. Imagine if this done via smartphone with small keyboard and alternating contact back and forth just to answer questions. Web helper does ease their jobs.