Anyone using a Mac with an Apple chip can now download the beta version of WhatsApp instead of the traditional web app.
WhatsApp provides a native macOS app that is compatible with the new Apple M1 and M2 chipsets. The only requirement is that you’re running at least macOS 11 Big Sur. Anyone using a Mac with an Intel chip can also use the WhatsApp client via the Apple Catalyst app.
The macOS app is already in development Tested since July By a specified number of users via the Apple Testflight platform. Now WhatsApp is making the client available to all users. you can do that dmg from their site.
WhatsApp confirms that the app is in beta, with all the potential problems that come with it. Anyone with a bad experience can still turn to the web version of the calling platform, which remains available.
Meta, the parent company of WhatsApp, has not shared a stable release date for the macOS app.
Earlier today, it became known that WhatsApp is working on a feature for Share high resolution photos. WhatsApp is constantly evolving. She added another one late last year Undo button to delete messages. She’s also working on a Where You Are feature Messages can only be viewed once, but has not yet been released to the public. Those who forget can also do it since last year Send messages to themselves in WhatsApp as a memory.
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