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 Over the past few years, WhatsApp has emerged as an effective instant messaging (IM) service for smartphone users and has made conversation a lot easier than ever before. With recent updates that WhatsApp has rolled out, you can not only chat with your contacts but can also share captioned pictures and videos as well. WhatsApp recently launched a desktop version that enabled its users to use WhatsApp without having to unlock their phones every time they receive a message.

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They somehow figured out that a lot of people were having difficulty in downloading the desktop version and setting it up after the verification process. So, they just recently launched another update that allows you to use WhatsApp on your web browser. The provided web client is developed as an extension of the WhatsApp installed in your phone. All it does is that it creates a mirror of messages and conversations from your smartphone and displays them in the browser. In simple words, the original content remains live on your phone but you can also view them via the extension in your browser.

Now the real question is, “How one can connect their web browser to the WhatsApp application in their phones?” The procedure is pretty simple and all you have to do is to access the web version of WhatsApp using Google Chrome browser. Upon the successful loading, you’ll see a QR code that you’ll have to scan from inside the WhatsApp application in your phone. You have to make sure that your phone stays connected to the internet and the web client will do the rest of the work itself. Also, the WhatsApp version installed on your phone should be the latest; the web client is only available to android users for now. Follow this process as told and you’re done – you can enjoy using WhatsApp right from your browser without any hassle.