New Delhi: Being world's leading chat messenger, Whatsapp is soon planning to run on a standalone desktop client, according to Times Of India (TOI) reports.
Since the past few months the chatting giant has added many attractive enhancements to its Android's and iOS versions.
Many are speculating that users could soon be able to access all of WhatsApp's features (e.g. text messaging, file sharing) from your PC.
Such speculations gained momentum when a Twitter account (not affiliated with WhatsApp) tracking changes in WhatsApp'sbeta builds recently tweeted images having references to Whatsapp's desktop application being developed for the desktop.
However one can still use Whatsapp on PC with several limitations.
The plan of full-fledged desktop application will make documents and voice sharing easier without requiring the smartphone to be connected to the Internet all the time. It would also remove the need for having a browser window open at all times.