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How WhatsApp Web Helps Laptop Addicts

WhatsApp, a messaging social media application used to message other users from various platforms; this could be done through the use of an iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Nokia, and Windows Phone.

Facebook recently bought WhatsApp, it’s free and easy to use.

Connect into a wifi area or with data and send messages across platforms without paying a messaging fee. If you’re connected to a free Wi-Fi network or have not exceeded the limit on your data plan, then your carrier should not be charging you to send messages using WhatsApp.
With WhatsApp, you can send messages in text, video, voice, and images.

It’s basic for users who are looking to create messaging groups. It’s a popular app in South Africa and perhaps even more popular overseas.
WhatsApp started as a strictly mobile app but is now available on your desktop under the name WhatsAppWeb.

WhatsAppWeb is an extension of your phone’s WhatsApp account. By downloading WhatsApp and WhatsAppWeb, you don’t need to have two accounts, because it’s the same single account you will require. The simplistic beauty behind this technology is that, it’s now available on two devices, on your smartphone, and on your computer.

For laptop addicts, WhatsApp Web is the best thing to have ever happen, it synchronizes all of the messages that you send and receive on your phone and on your computer. This means, there’s no hassle of having to check both your computer and your phone for messages. All of your messages are visible on both devices.
If you’re someone who spends a lot of time on your laptop, word of advice, download WhatsApp Web and your won’t have to break away from your computer to answer messages on your phone.
Here’s what to ecpect when accessing the app on your computer; When using WhatsApp Web on your computer, you have to have WhatsApp downloaded the app on your phone. Secondly, both your computer and your phone need to have a reliable internet connection (to avoid network breaks). Thirdly, you need to use a major search engine browser on your computer (Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, and Opera etc) and it must be the most recent version of the browser.

You can install WhatsApp Web on your computer in just a couple of minutes. Go to the WhatsApp Web website, www.whatsapp.com. Then open WhatsApp on your smartphone. On the options/settings of your smartphone, it’ll determine how to access a WhatsApp Web QR code, which you will scan from your phone to your computer. That’s all it takes.

Our advice, using WhatsApp Web on the computer is way more productive than using it on the smartphone, unless you’re driving or have no access to a computer.