Ever since web version of WhatsApp made its debut in 2015, the users of the most popular messaging platform have been eying the ease of use similar to iMessage. Depending upon the smartphones that need to be connected to the internet for accessing the web version to work is frustrating for WhatsApp users.
According to WABetaInfo, whose WhatsApp leaks have turned into reality in the past, the social media company is currently working on Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app and the support for a multi-platform system.
With this new update, the users will be able to use the messaging platform on their PC even if their phones are not connected to the internet. Currently, WhatsApp does offer a WhatsApp Mode/App for Windows and Mac users, but it only eliminates the need for opening a browser version.
Telegram, another popular messaging app known for its privacy features, already offers this feature for its users, and it is about time that WhatsApp makes using the platform more easy for users.
WhatsApp has become a common mode of communication for millions of people in both personal and professional spaces. The platform is even used for providing self-care services to Jazz users in Pakistan, which speaks volume about the app’s significance in the digital world.
As of right now, there is no official information about when the new features will be available for the users and whether they are in the early stage of development or testing and we’ll surely update you once we know more about in the future.