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Whatsapp will allow you to send messages from PC even with the mobile off



Whatsapp will allow you to send messages from PC even with the mobile off


Whatsappthe most used messaging app in the world, is implementing new features not only in the application, but also in terms of its use on the PC. In addition to the possibility, already declared, to listen to the vocal audios before sending them to the recipient, Whatsapp will allow you to send messages from our computer without our mobile device being turned on.

At the moment if we want to use the chat on the PC we must have the smartphone turned on and connected. Editing will allow you to send messages on up to four devices. The new feature is being tested in beta and will gradually be rolled out for all users.

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Whatsapp, it will soon be possible to send messages from PC even with the mobile off

Users will also be able to take advantage of audio and video chat always on the PC without any phone connected. A small group of users are currently testing this new feature before releasing it permanently. The messaging app is notably known for its mobile ed version was first presented on PC in 2015.

In March of this year, WhatsApp launched one-to-one voice and video calls for the desktop version of its chat platform on Windows PCs and Apple Macs. These features were rolled out in 2015 and 2016, but only last year did they appear on the desktop version. Apparently, after years and years of rumors, things are starting to materialize.

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To be precise, however, it is necessary to explain that there is no official release date yet. The only certainty concerns beta users: they will be able to benefit from the new way of chatting in two or even a month. At this point, all that remains is to wait a little longer with patience and wait for further updates in this regard.

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