WhatsApp for Desktop launches public beta for macOS clients

WhatsApp for Desktop launches public beta for macOS clients

WhatsApp is launching a public beta for its desktop application. macOS and Windows clients would now be able to join up with the program and attempt every one of the most recent features coming to the application.

As per WABetaInfo, this public beta is a way for WhatsApp to work on the help for multi-gadget as well as having more individuals giving feedback to the group behind the application.

At the point when clients take a crack at the program, they become officially beta testers and they will get all beta updates automatically. With respect to now, the latest version for public clients is 2.2133.1.

WABetaInfo takes note of that in this form, there’s a new experience while recording voice messages. Clients can not just see waveforms while recording a voice message yet in addition pause the message and pay attention to the sound prior to sending it. The website says that this feature is as of now a work in progress on WhatsApp for iOS too.

On the off chance that you run into a bug, beta testers can report it in “WhatsApp Desktop Settings,” “Contact Us,” and send a screenshot so the team can get what’s going on.

Aside from that, WhatsApp is likewise preparing the launch of an iPad application. With multi-device compatibility, clients will actually want to keep associated with WhatsApp even without their phones around or when their cell phones run out of battery.

As per a WhatsApp representative in an interview with TechRadar, this feature will allow individuals to utilize WhatsApp “without the need to have your phone connected”