WhatsApp web client adds support for Opera and Firefox web browsers

Recently, WhatsApp added support for desktop client for its popular messenger app, albeit only supporting Google’s Chrome web browser. The company has now added support for Firefox and Opera web browsers.


WhatsApp’s desktop client merely mirrors your conversations from your mobile handset to your web browser. In order to do that, it requires users to scan a QR code on your computer from your mobile device. Users are required to keep their handsets connected to an internet connection in order to use the WhatsApp web client.

Just head to web.whatsapp.com on your Chrome, Opera, or Firefox web browser to access the service. On mobile devices, WhatsApp is available for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Phone, among others.

The web client has been a great addition for small businesses who rely on WhatsApp for taking orders or communication. If you are using the web client of WhatsApp for your business, do let us know via comments how it helps you.

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March 1, 2015 2:14 pm 2:14 PM
Whatsapp android version and android related apps including android OS are spying our confidential datas including PHONEBOOK , MESSAGES , LOCATION THROUGH GPS and also some confidential datas related to web visit including BANKING etc. The Most important exmple is the BIRTH of Truecaller . So using android OS believe this if you have any doubts read their TERMS and CONDITIONS and privacy policy. Another great move from Government side is to avoid “gmail” and :outlook” or any third party services to transfer confidential and day to day operations. So they are now using NIC dedicated servers. So if you… Read more »
March 1, 2015 1:04 pm 1:04 PM