Tuesday, 10 February 2015

WhatApp has launched a desktop client service called WhatsApp Web. It can be used by scanning a QR code with your phone to log in. WhatsApp Web mirrors the conversations and messages from your mobile device so your messages will still live on your phone.

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There are several limitations with WhatsApp Web. The biggest limitation is that iOS devices are not supported. WhatsApp Web is accessible through Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry or Nokia S60 devices. You will need to have the latest version of WhatsApp installed on your phone and you have to run WhatsApp Web from the Chrome web browser. WhatsApp plans to launch WhatsApp Web for iOS users, but that timeframe is unknown. The reason why WhatsApp Web is not available for iOS now is due to “Apple platform limitations.”

Why do you have to take a picture of a QR code to access Web WhatsApp? WhatsApp uses phone numbers and SMS to verify users instead of user names and passwords traditional. That is why screen normal login is not seen. TechCrunch also noted that somehow used his cell for more than the initial login. If your phone dies, then your Web session WhatsApp also disconnects.

Earlier this week, a third-party application built outside calls WhatsApp WhatsApp + closed after receiving a cease and desist letter courier. WhatsApp also temporarily banned users who download and actively use WhatsApp + application. WhatsApp + allows users to change colors and background images in chat conversations. It also allowed users to lock people see when you read your messages and offered the possibility to increase the size limit of audio and video files. WhatsApp + was downloaded over 35 million times since its launch in 2012. "Our goal is to always keep WhatsApp fast and secure for people who use it - that's the most important thing we do," said a spokesman for WhatsApp in an interview with the BBC. "Third parties who have built unauthorized functionality on top of WhatsApp create problems for people, including lost messages."

WhatsApp was created by Brian Acton and Jan Koum in 2009. The two of them left Yahoo! in 2007 and sought jobs in Facebook, but failed during the interview process. In February 2013, WhatsApp reached 200 million active users. A year later, Facebook announced that it acquired WhatsApp for $ 19 billion - which is the largest purchase of a company backed by venture capital. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the acquisition of WhatsApp was connected to his vision for Internet.org, an initiative to develop basic Internet services to developing countries around the world. WhatsApp now has over 700 million active users who send more than 30 billion messages per day. In line with product development, WhatsApp also has plans to launch a service of voice calls.

Do you plan to use Web WhatsApp or have you already tried? Let us know in the comments section below!
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