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 can access to it easily and a prefer using other social network
Anonymous, 03 May 2016so when u msg other women , ur wife can see ?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.
whatsapp need to develop the app to suit for multiple sim. Dual sim phones have dual sim, the fact is presently can be used only 1 sim. it is abseared.
Whatsapp should enable single click forwarding to multiple existing groups simultaneously... without forcing you to create a broadcast list everytime
@MKwaga, they're trailing BEHIND Telegram in every department except the call feature. And to be honest, how many persons really do use the call feature regularly? Telegram offered bots, large file transfers, a wide variety of file ext., native locking, END TO END ENCRYPTION, PRIVATE CHAT, a lighter app and the ability to have my phone TURNED OFF and still send messages from my other connected devices including my laptop ALL BEFORE WHATSAPP! I honestly don't get why people keep going on about it. Whatsapp? What's that?
This is good... But we really need for whatsapp to be made possible on more than 1 device at a time!
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."
Then you can stop making apps at all. Apparently the author of the article hasn't learned yet that apps work much better than websites.
Viber FTW! Has all the things Whatsapp users dream of and none of the catches.
If desktop native still dependent on phone, i.e refused to work when my phone not connected to internet, then it's useless and impractical.
Better stick with Skype and Telegram desktop.
This is a good news for everyone. I really like web client, but sometimes when my phone lose wifi / signal, i should restart the web client, it so annoying, like really.
So native apps is a answer, like Line
We asked for this a long time ago now just wait for android app support on chrome, and put it there so ee can use it on any Os
Finally. I hope they won't tell us to keep our phone connected to the internet :/