WhatsApp launches WhatsApp Web to Access Messages over web browser


✋️ This is an old post and maybe irrelevant at these times.

WhatsApp the most widely used cross-platform messaging app yesterday 21st Jan 2015 announced on their official blog blog.whatsapp.com that their messaging service is now available for millions of users over a web browser.

The web client is an extension of your mobile device i.e it just mirrors your conversation and messages from your phone to the web client.

How to access WhatsApp on web Browser :

1. Open link: https://web.whatsapp.com/

2. You will see a QR Code on this page, scan the QR code from within your WhatsApp (you need to have the latest updated version of WhatsApp installed).

3. Now you would be able to access WhatsApp with Browser client.

How to access it on Android Device

1. Open your WhatsApp App on your Android Device

2. Goto Menu

3. Select WhatsApp Web

How to access it on Windows Mobile OS Device

1. Open your WhatsApp App on your Windows Phone

2. Goto Menu

3. Select WhatsApp Web

How to access it on Windows BlackBerry Phones

1. Open your WhatsApp App on your BlackBerry Phone

2. Goto Chats

3. Menu Key

4. Choose WhatsApp Web

How to access it on Windows BlackBerry 10

1. Open your WhatsApp App on your BlackBerry 10 Phone

2. Swipe from the top of your mobile screen

4. Choose WhatsApp Web

Note :

- You need to have the latest version of WhatsApp application installed on your device

- Your phone needs to be connected to the internet in order to access your messages over the web client.

This version is not available for iOS users yet, so it will not work if you're using Whatsapp on iPhone device.




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