WhatsApp has become the most popular messaging service in the world, with billions of users across every continent. Yet many people still don’t know how to use it to its full potential, which is why we’ve created this quick guide on how to get all the features of WhatsApp on your desktop computer or laptop. Follow these simple steps and you’ll be set up in no time! How to Get All the Features of WhatsApp on Your Desktop
Waptrick is a desktop app that offers a lot of neat features. It’s available for Windows, Mac, and Linux systems. Once you install it, you can use Waptrick as your primary messaging service by logging in with your phone number or through Facebook or Google+. (WhatsApp also supports login via other services like Twitter.) You’ll be able to send photos and voice messages right from your computer using Waptrick.
You can find desktop apps for most chat and messaging services, including Facebook Messenger, Google Hangouts, Snapchat, Slack, Skype and more. You’ll be able to access your contacts list and read new messages just like you would if you were on your phone. Pretty sweet! Check out our guide to free desktop software for more info.
Add your number using mobile number
If you’re already a user, adding your number is quick and easy. Open WhatsApp and tap your profile icon at the top-right corner of your screen. Then, click WhatsApp Web in your profile menu. A QR code should appear; simply scan it with your phone’s camera (or copy/paste it into a QR reader) to finish setup! This can also be done using your desktop computer instead of a mobile device if you prefer not to use cameras.
Send Message To Mobile Number
If you want to message someone but don’t have their mobile number, you can still text them. Just type a + in front of their name. For example, if I want to send a text message to my friend David Jones and I only have his work number, I would type +31735551212. Then they will receive your message as if it were sent from their personal phone number.
Reply From PC or Mac
WhatsApp, one of today’s most popular messaging apps, has a multitude of excellent features. Unfortunately, desktop users are missing out—unless they install a third-party program like WhatsApp Web. With that installed and configured correctly, you can read messages, send files and photos and even make video calls right from your computer’s browser. We’ll show you how. [Pictures or screenshots]