WhatsApp web is now available on iPhones with some others platforms. After the several months of launching the WhatsApp web on others platform, now it rolls out the messaging service for iOS also.

WhatsApp web is now available on iPhones

Many iPhone users were waiting for this moment. Now you can use the biggest messaging app of the world on the web browser of your desktop.

WhatsApp, a Facebook-owned company rolled out its service for Blackberry, Android and Windows phone earlier this year but has merely just embarked on to embrace iOS.

The service successfully replicates the skills of using this mobile messaging app but on a web browser its permitting users for effortlessly pick up their chats.

You can start with the http://web.whatsapp.com, where you will be able to scan a QR code with WhatsApp on your Smartphones.

To access the QR code on iPhones, you have to just open the app and go through the ‘Settings’ and then ‘WhatsApp Web’. If this option is not appearing right now then you will have to wait for some days to get the availability.

Once you scanned the QR code, your phone will enable the WhatsApp Web version by opening up the recent chats and letting you start a new chat and create groups.

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