WhatsApp Web For iPhone Rolling Out To Users, Here’s How To Set It Up
WhatsApp Web for iPhone is now rolling out to iOS users around the globe. While the rollout is a staggered one, we’ll show you how to set it up beforehand.
Earlier this year, WhatsApp made the bold move to brings its IM service to the Web. At that time, all major platforms were supported except iOS, but if you go over to the WhatsApp Web website right away, you’ll notice that IM giant has added support for iPhone users. Keep one thing in mind, the service is not available to everyone as of yet, and the rollout is likely going to take some time, so sit tight for the time being.
Set Up WhatsApp Web On iPhone
1. Launch WhatsApp on your iPhone.
2. Tap on the ‘Settings’ tab at the bottom.
3. Now tap on ‘WhatsApp Web.’
4. Tap on the ‘Scan QR Code’ option.
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5. Open WhatsApp Web in your browser – web.whatsapp.com – on your desktop and scan the presented QR code with your iPhone to set things up.
You’re now good to go, and ready to use WhatsApp Web with your iPhone. With WhatsApp Web enabled, you don’t have to send / receive messages or photos from your smartphone anymore; all that can be done using the comfort of your Web browser installed on your desktop or notebook. All messages between your browser and iPhone will be in complete sync, so you can pick up on one device from where you left off on the other – the way it should be.
Like we mentioned before, WhatsApp Web is slowly rolling out to iPhone users, and it’s likely that the app will be updated on the App Store for changes to appear for everyone, so sit tight and relax. If you already have WhatsApp installed on your iPhone, then be sure to check out for an update on the App Store, which can arrive any time now.
If you can’t wait for the official solution to arrive just yet, then you can always take the jailbreak route to enable WhatsApp Web on your iPhone. Simply follow our guide posted here on how to do so.
WhatsApp for iPhone is absolutely free to download, and you can download it from the App Store by going to this link.
If any of you have received the update, then be sure to let us know about it in the comments section below, along with your take on WhatsApp Web for iPhone.