After launching WhatsApp on web, the company may be working on native apps for Windows and Mac.
Twitter account WABetaInfo found screenshots of WhatsApp translation website where you can see references to download links for Windows and Mac applications.
It's not clear why WhatsApp would want to invest in developing native apps when it already has a web client, which is easier to develop, can be updated automatically anytime they want without the user having to download anything, and also support uploading files and desktop notifications in browsers like Chrome and Safari. Only reason one can think of is support for audio calls, which is currently not possible with the web client and can be achieved with the native app.
We are not sure yet how far the desktop apps are in terms of development.
Honestly I'm not interested on this app for computer. If it'll work like the webpage I don't want to bring my phone to pair it with this app all the time. If the phone is no necessary to used then a password and login is required since any one ca...
But it's new in whatsapp it isn't great?
Only suckers have wives. And no, I have an iPhone and an S7 edge and I like to frequently switch between them. Its a pain to always reauthenticate.