What’sApp now on your Web Browser!
Now, we can use what’s app on our web browser. What’sApp web client is simply an extension of your phone – the web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device – this means all of your messages still live on your phone.
Just follow these simple steps to connect your web browser to your What’sApp client:
Step 1. Open https://web.whatsapp.com in your Google Chrome browser.
Step 2. You will see a QR code – scan the code inside of What’sApp, and you’re ready to go. (For this you will need a updated version of What’sApp in your phone)
Step 3. You have now paired What’sApp on your phone with the What’sApp web client. Your phone needs to stay connected to the internet for our web client to work.
***Note - What’sApp will not be able to provide web client to iOS users due to Apple platform limitations.
Now use What’sApp from your What’sApp SIM!
What’App has launched WhatSim as an attempt to increase it’s user base.
Manuel Zanella Rngineer, Founder and CEO of Zeromobile, the company behind WhatSim, says, “WhatsApp is the future of mobile communications. Its only “limit” is the data connection especially when you are traveling because the roaming charges are expensive and you can’t always find Wi-Fi everywhere and it is not always free. As someone who appreciates and uses WhatsApp, I tried to figure out how to get around this problem. That’s why WhatSim is an extraordinary opportunity for WhatsApp.”
For approximately INR 714, users will get a SIM card unlimited text messaging for a year. WhatSim is available to buy via the WhatSim website, with the company also planning to make it available via “network of local distributors in over 100 countries.”
While sending and receiving text messages, location updates, and contacts via WhatsApp is free, users will have to buy credits for sharing multimedia messages such as photos, videos, and voice messages. How much you get for your credits depends on where you are travelling.