WhatsApp desktop finally gets an upgrade after the company has been hinting about it — WhatsApp messenger announced the launch of its desktop version upgraded with encrypted voice and video calls that are built for both Mac and PC devices, including their mobile device version.
Lately, WhatsApp has been hinting about updating its desktop version with video and voice call connectivity that is also a common feature on its mobile app version, including both iOS and Android software.
Towards the end of 2020, the Facebook owned company rolled out a finite edition of its video and voice call feature to a small portion of its user-base.
Nonetheless, WhatsApp decided to enable an unlimited version of its calls to feature today, which makes its entire user-base accessible to videos and voice calls on all devices via its platform.
WhatsApp also noted that the calls feature added to its desktop version is closely related to the existing call feature on its mobile devices. All the devices that access WhatsApp calls is highly encrypted, whereby both Facebook and WhatsApp can’t eavesdrop on user’s private conversation.
According to critics, the messenger upgraded service could have been more amazing if WhatsApp had enabled the PC and Macs to access group video and voice calls via its desktop version.
Although WhatsApp messenger promised to continuously update its messaging products with Interesting tweaks. They did not disclose if expanding the desktop version of its messenger to be compatible with group video and voice calls — neither did they disclosed when the tweaked group feature will be available for users.
However, the WhatsApp desktop version is not an app, still it has to be set up properly (WhatsApp designed a self-use connectivity desktop setup).
- Follow this link “https://web.whatsapp.com/” on your PC or Mac device to commence setup.
- An existing WhatsApp messenger is required then proceed to scan the QR barcodes.
- Once connected, you can access your mobile account as a desktop version which now makes and receive calls.