WhatsApp Launches New Desktop App:-
WhatsApp is now available as a standalone app on Windows, which no longer requires users to link a phone to receive or send messages. According to The Verge, the refreshed Windows app can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store. This comes after the platform announced to roll out the ‘Undo Delete‘ message feature for some beta users.
Actually, desktop users including businesses have been able to log into WhatsApp for some time, so functionally, it’s not a big change. But the new native Windows app will offer more reliability and speed, along with the convenience of more integrated notifications and a better design, that is optimized for desktop systems.
This can make it easier to track all of your various social engagements in one place, while for brands, it will also help you integrate your customer service efforts into a more centralized hub, with all your major platforms connected to your main platform.
The new design will help users to receive notifications and messages even when the phone is offline. Earlier, users had to use WhatsApp Web on Windows to access the messaging service. According to WhatsApp, the new interface will make the app faster and more responsive.
The instant messaging app has previously rolled out a multi-device feature that allows users to link up to four devices with a single WhatsApp account. In April, WhatsApp tracker WABetaInfo reported that the platform may soon expand multi-device support to tablets.