August 6, 2019 | News | No Comments
As most of you already know, WhatsApp is a popular social media app that allows people to text and make calls with the use of the internet.
A new desktop version of this app was made available back in 2015, however, it is only usable if you have your smartphone connected to the web.
But users may rejoice as now it seems that an updated version is in the works, which will change the status quo.
According to reliable WhatsApp leak source WABetaInfo, it is possible that the company is in the process of developing what is called the Universal Windows Platform app, meaning that the app will have a multiplatform system that will work independently of your smartphone.
The app currently has 1.5 billion users active worldwide and this update is a big deal. With this change, it will still allow its users to still stay in contact even when their phone is unavailable.
Besides this leak, The Next Web reported that other information is not yet available regarding when this feature might be released.