WhatsApp Messenger 64-bit for PC Windows


Whatsapp – the messenger that revolutionized communication

WhatsApp Messenger 64 Bit for PC Windows is a free chat messenger for communication with phone numbers linked to the app. WhatsApp for PC Windows is designed specifically for desktop usage. WhatsApp on mobile can be downloaded from the Apple store or Play store, then synced through a QR code with the desktop application.

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Operating System SupportWindows 8, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7
Current LanguageEnglish
Available LanguagesEnglish, French, Polish, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, German, Spanish
DateWednesday, June 19th 2019
DeveloperWhatsApp Inc.
Developer URLhttps://www.whatsapp.com

What are the key features of WhatsApp?

Remember the pre-WhatsApp era, when communication on chat-based applications was mainly done through computers or slow Edge networks, and SMS at a cost was the only way to communicate if one doesn’t want to call. Whatsapp revolutionized communication of the world by bringing chat to the mobile phones, linked to the mobile number, instead of an email id.

WhatsApp allows users to chat, create groups, broadcast to custom lists, make audio and video calls through the internet (wifi or 3g/4g), share stories, share media (pictures, video, audio), send voice messages, forward messages, use emoticons (and gifs) and more. With WhatsApp web and desktop, users can now sync across devices and always be connected. End-to-End encryption allows for safe and reliable communication. One can share location, contacts, and use Live Location for directions.

What is WhatsApp compatible with?

Whatsapp is available for free across devices. WhatsApp 64 bit is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7. There is also a WhatsApp application for the desktop. You simply need to scan the QR code from the mobile app, to use this Windows version of the app.

What are the alternatives to WhatsApp?

Facebook Messenger offers a chat-based communication application, linked to Facebook. Interestingly, WhatsApp is also owned by Facebook. The ease of use in WhatsApp is much higher though, and the ability to connect with anyone whom you’re not connected to via Facebook, is a big plus for WhatsApp.

Another messaging or communication application is iMessage, which allows free messaging via text from an Apple iOS to another. However, iMessage is limited due to its connectivity only with iOS users and does not have the number of features that WhatsApp offers. Viber, Signal, WeChat, Telegram, Skype are all communication applications but do not have the reach or the flexibility of WhatsApp, so they are limited in their communication via free messaging or calls. Zoom, while great for calling, is still cumbersome for chats and other features that WhatsApp offers freely and easily.

What goes in favor of WhatsApp?

With free communication, whether through chat or calls, it is now so easy to be in touch with family and friends from across the world. The accessibility through the mobile number ensures there is no hassle of signing in, adding contacts, and remembering usernames, pins, and passwords.

WhatsApp has the coverage to be the go-to communication app, giving it an edge over its competitors. It is easy to share media (photos, videos, gifs, documents) , forward messages, record, customise wallpapers, and send voice messages. Group chats are also a big advantage, so are broadcast lists that can be used to send messages for businesses, personal promotions, or greetings easily.

What goes against WhatsApp for Windows?

Video or audio calling has not been introduced on Whatsapp for Windows yet, an important function that is missing from the desktop version of the app. WhatsApp is heavily reliant on the internet speeds and wifi, and in places that do not have high internet speeds and stable connections, messaging can be interrupted. Spamming and unreliable forwards is also something WhatsApp faces criticism for. In terms of connectivity, anyone with your number can connect with you on Whatsapp, unless you block them from it. WhatsApp web and desktop are dependent on the mobile application, and if the phone is not connected or charged, you cannot use the extensions on other devices either.

What’s the verdict on WhatsApp for PC Windows?

WhatsApp has made communication extremely easy, for and with people across the globe. Chat individually or in groups, WhatsApp allows people to stay connected at all times. Spreading important info is vital in these times, and through free video and audio calls, new usages on the personal and professional front can be noticed. Sharing a live location lets anyone feel safe under tricky situations, and sharing pictures and videos makes it easy to stay in touch despite distances. The app has to be doing something right, if it has gone from being a proper noun to a verb.

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