One of the main problems with WhatsApp, and therefore one of the most wanted features, has always been its lack of a desktop client. Many developers have tried to bring something that could fix this issue, but until now, there hasn’t been any significant solution. This is about to change though, as a new app called “WhatsCloud” has managed to finally bring a true desktop experience to WhatsApp and now using it from web can be exactly as using it on your smartphone. Important: WhatsCloud needs a rooted device to work.
The app works in a very simple way: once its installation is completed, just launch the app and follow the instructions on how to create an account. When this is done, WhatsCloud will show a 6 digit key that will be required when you login via web.Now, just go from your favorite browser to https://whatscloud.io/, input your login details, the 6 digits key and you’re good to go. The first login will require a short sync of your last 20 messages of your every unique conversation. When this is done too, everything is set and you can start texting and receiving multimedia files just as you were on your smartphone.
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