The prominent mobile instant messaging application WhatsApp, procured by Facebook a year ago for about $22 billion that’s quite a price, has divulged another service for sending messages from a web-browser.
Facebook’s messaging application WhatsApp comes to desktop:
WhatsApp, which guarantees that is has nearly 500 million clients, said its web service will be a “mirror” and would require a web connected phone to work.
“Our web client is simply an extension of your phone: The web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device — this means all of your messages still live on your phone,” WhatsApp told in a blog post.
The new WhatsApp service presently just works with Google’s Chrome program and won’t be accessible to iPhone clients “because of Apple platform constrains,” as indicated by Whatsapp.
Moreover Apple doesn’t have good experience with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg, who have bashed apple a couple of times. So it simply indicates may be Mark Zuckerburg is not willing to make it accessible to Apple users, or what ever the matter is we are just told that Apple platform limitation is the obstacle, therefore new WhatsApp service won’t be available for Apple users, Sorry.
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