Get ready to communicate through WhatsApp on the web because WhatsApp is thinking to bring its messaging service to the web.
WhatsApp has not announced yet officially that it is bringing web version of its popular messaging app but chitchat has started after co-founder of rival messaging app “Telegram” revealed that WhatsApp tried to hire their web dev.
WhatsApp is the largest messaging service with over 600 million users, which still did not, offered a web version of its popular messaging app. While on the other side all rival messaging apps including WeChat , Viber and Telegram allows users to message on the phone or on the web.
It was mentioned about WhatsApp web in a hidden inside code of a recent WhatsApp update. Logging in to a web service and references to tracking statuses online was also mentioned a hidden inside code of a recent WhatsApp update.
Even though WhatsApp has not announced yet officially but it certainly looked like the WhatsApp team was at least exploring some sort of web functionality. We can say that the WhatsApp does not want users to login through their Facebook account as it was not mentioned about facebook in the cade.
People had long been looking forward to web version of popular messaging app “WhatsApp” and it seems that their long wait is about to finish.