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All of your conversations are mirrored, with the option to start a new one with your contacts.Even when you delete messages on your phone, the web view reloads to reflect that change (though you can't seem to be able to delete messages from the browser yet). The web service, which we first heard about last month, has been officially announced on Whats App's blog.As the rumors suggested, it relies on the mobile Whats App application as the authenticator through a QR code authorization.Now, head over to web.on your computer's Update: Chrome browser.Yes, Whats App Web is a Chrome-only option for now, it will not work if you use other browsers to access the web like Safari or Internet Explorer. A QR code will be generated for you to scan with the phone. It's a land where magical things happen, like being able to reply to your friends faster than lightning thanks to a full keyboard.
If it doesn't appear there and you're running this version, try force closing the app and restarting it — that seems to do the trick for some users.Emojis, image attachments, and voice notes are supported too, whether you want to send or receive them.It works for Whats App users on Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry (and Symbian! The process requires mirroring messages from the mobile app to the web, even when the app is running in the background, and Apple's platform seems to have a limitation somewhere along the way according to the Whats App devs.In order to use Whats App Web, you need the latest version of the app from the Play Store, 2.11.498 (or above).
You'll need to keep your phone connected to a network to maintain the mirroring, but you don't need it and Chrome to be on the same network and you don't have to keep the Whats App app in the foreground.
You can switch to other apps, let your phone's display turn off (as long as the connection stays alive then) and you'll still have the web version running.