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WhatsApp improves Windows app

WhatsApp announced the arrival of a new desktop app for Windows. A new version, which loads faster and allows group video calls up to 8 people and audio calls up to 32 people. Not only that, the app also offers the end-to-end encryption for messages, media and calls on all devicesvi, with improved synchronization and new features.

WhatsApp for Windows, the new app improves everything

WhatsApp has been working in beta on the new native Windows app since late 2021. It finally announced it – and it promises to improve the experience across the board.

The new app offers more stability, using fewer resources and abandoning the Electron framework. A complete re-engineering, of which it seems that the Meta development team is particularly proud, as reported by Mark Zuckerberg on his social channels.


WhatsApp has announced a faster loading time and an interface that more closely resembles the mobile version of the app.

Also, the app now supports group video calls with up to 8 people and audio calls with up to 32 people. Note that WhatsApp plans to increase these limits in the future to make conversations even easier.

The native desktop app for Windows also provides fully end-to-end encrypted messaging across various devices, including mobile phones, computers, tablets, and more. A choice that definitely increases the privacy and security of users.

Recently, we’ve seen several improvements to desktop apps. Like the arrival of multi-device functionality, or faster connection of devices. After launching a beta version compatible with Android tablets and another native Mac desktop app built using Mac Catalyst, PCs now have their own improved version as well.

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