Norwegian bloggers show us what looks like the start of a new version of the instant messaging service "WhatsApp" (now owned by Facebook) - this time for browsers
In a rather significant discovery, the "Android World" site found solid evidence that WhatsApp, which is of course responsible for instant messaging software called WhatsApp, plans to launch a browser version that will connect users with their accounts using a QR code. If the case turns out to be true, opening an inter-platform version of the world's largest messaging software will solve a major problem that users experience with the limitation of instant messaging software to devices Unlocked only.
Because WhatsApp does not work on a standard user method and is based on users' phone numbers, using the link using QR is the fastest and most convenient solution that the company (and the software) can use to existing users with the browser version. In a piece of code associated with the QR code were found a number of mentions of the "WhatApp Web" service, which almost confirms the issue, although until a statement or official launch of the new version we can not determine here or here.
WhatsApp instant messaging software currently has over 600 million users worldwide, nearly 150 million more than its closest competitor, Chinese WeChat software, which comes with a user base of over 450 million.