WhatsApp web-client is now available on Firefox and Opera too

WhatsApp web-client was released last month after temporarily banning the WhatsApp Plus users , It was all happened suddenly and this web-based chat from WhatsApp was only compatible with Google owned Chrome browser.

Only Android users got the latest update of WhatsApp which enabled a new option called WhatsApp web with which they can scan the QR code present in web.whatsapp.com and start chatting using the Chrome browser. Everything’s fine but what about other browser and other mobile OS users ?WhatsApp web-client is now available on Firefox and Opera too - 1

Here’s a good news for you! Recently WhatsApp tweeted that WhatsApp webclient is now compatible with Mozilla Firefox and Opera too. The registration follows the same procedure that I explained previous, if you have any doubts in getting into WhatsApp’s web-client, do read our old post

Read more: WhatsApp for web, now get ready to chat right from your PC web browser

One another thing worth mentioning here is the mobile OS compatibility. In addition to Android OS smartphones, others like Blackberry,WIndows Phone, Nokia S40 series phone are also compatible to use the web-based WhatsApp on their preferred browsers.

For Apple users, they still have to wait to get this, at present there’s no information on when we can see WhatsApp web enabled in an iOS device. So it’s a no-go for Apple users now.

Recently there’s a buzz that WhatsApp voice calling feature was on the roll, but it wasn’t. You can read the complete story here : WhatsApp launched voice calling feature, but then takes it back again

Last Updated on by Vamsee Angadala


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