WhatsApp is our priority messaging application in the era when there are very less telecom operators offering unlimited texting packs. Telecom message packs were costing too much for simple text messages and this is the prime reason why people switched to WhatsApp. The only limitation with this app is that it requires a smartphone or at least a featured phone and then it works on any available data pack (whether from your operator or Wi-Fi).
WhatsApp has got almost double number of active users than Facebook which is the top most social networking site thus beating all the records. Unlike Skype, we can’t install and use WhatsApp for Desktop but users are looking to do so all the time as they wish to stay connected with their friends from PC as well. Here I’m sharing one web client application named WhatsRemote using which users can find WhatsApp for Desktop.
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WhatsApp for Desktop
Officially there is no app available till now for PC users but still there are lots of ways to install and use WhatsApp on desktop. The most popular way is by using BlueStacks Android emulator software using which users can install and use any Android app and game on their computer. But today I’m going to share another way.
This method will work only on rooted phones so you need to first get your Android smartphone rooted. So another limitation is that you need to have an Android smartphone only, no other smartphone users can have benefit of this method. You can check this authority site to learn how to root your particular Android smartphone.
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How to Use WhatsRemote
Now I’m sharing step by step guide you need to follow to start using WhatsApp from Desktop using WhatsRemote web client application. You need to follow the below mentioned steps but get ready with above mentioned requirements first.
- Once you have your Android device rooted then you need to install this particular WhatsRemote Android app. You can get it from Google Play store, so no need to worry about it.
- After installation, it will ask for root access, provide that to it and then login into it using your Google account. Your Google account will work as bridge between phone and PC app.
- Now set it up with the particular features you want to turn on/off according to your usage.
- Now start your computer and start the default web browser you’re using. I tried it with Firefox and Chrome. Visit this official home page URL of the WhatsRemote and then click on Login with your Google account option over there.
That’s it! You’re done with the setup now and can enjoy using WhatsApp for Desktop directly via WhatsRemote. I hope you find the guide easy to follow and also effective in solving your problem. Don’t forget to share it with your friends.