WhatsApp users who wanted to access via a Windows computer previously had to go via the web app or could Use the beta version of the native app. The company has now updated the help page and announces that the final version of the Windows app is available and can be obtained from the Windows Store.
The native app is in contrast faster than the web version and comes with an improved UI. However, there are no major differences. Furthermore, the smartphone no longer has to be online to receive notifications and messages under Windows.
If you use Messenger, then take a look at the Windows Store.
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