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WhatsApp has became the most popular messaging app globally with more than 800 million active users using across multiple platforms. We all know that the apps allows to send messages, share videos and audios to friends, without any payment.
WhatsApp could now be accessed from your PC/ desktops or laptops. WhatsApp launched its web compatible version earlier this year only for Android and Windows Phone users. But now Apple iPhone users can finally use the WhatsApp Web - the desktop browser-based interface of the popular app-based messaging client WhatsApp.
Now iPhone users can check and reply to your WhatsApp messages from your web browser, while they will still be live on your phone. This post will give you a complete guide on how to get use the WhatsApp on web for iPhone users. Take a look at the slider below to run the WhatsApp client with your iPhone.
Make sure your WhatsApp application is updated with the latest version. Open the app Settings menu and check for WhatsApp Web.
Open the browser of your choice, including Safari, Chrome browser, Mozilla Firefox or Opera browser, on your PC/desktop/Mac, and go to WhatsApp Web Client.
Scan the QR code that appears on the web-client using WhatsApp on your phone. This will connect the to the web client. Ensure that your iPhone is online.
Now, you will be able to see all you conversation and messages mirrored on the desktop. Go ahead and use it, but just ensure that your iPhone stays connected to the internet for the web service to work flawlessly.
To log out from the web-client, go to the setting option in the app and log out. Or you can log out on the Web-client as well.