|WhatsApp desktop version can now be downloaded via Microsoft Store App. Credit: MSpoweruser|
Techneverends - Latest WhatsApp desktop application has entered the stable version, and now it's available on Microsoft Store App. With this latest application, Windows users no longer need to bother connecting their smartphones to be able to send, receive, and sync WhatsApp messages.
As we cited from the WhatsApp page, they said that the latest desktop application has been designed and optimized for Windows operating system. Previously, when Windows users wanted to use WhatsApp, they needed to download the web-based desktop application first or access it via a web browser. But now, there is a native version available for Windows version, which is known to have better speed and responsiveness than the web version.
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In this latest application, the appearance of WhatsApp does not change much. The significant change that can be felt is that users no longer need to connect their smartphones to be able to send, receive, and sync WhatsApp messages. It is known that WhatsApp is currently also in the development stage of a native application for macOS version. Still, there is no factual information about when the macOS version will be released. But if you are interested and want to try it immediately, you can download the WhatsApp beta program to get early access.
Based on the information we cited from Kompas, WhatsApp may use a technology called Universal Windows Platform or UWP. UWP is a technology developed by Microsoft to help developers create applications that can be used on various platforms such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops or computers.
What do you think, folks? For Windows users, you can search for the latest WhatsApp desktop application on Microsoft Store App, so you don't have to bother sending messages anymore. Please share your experience in the comments column below if you have downloaded it. And don't forget to visit our social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for other exciting technology news.
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