Now you can use Whatsapp on your PC! There are two standard methods available to using Whatsapp on your windows based PC .
The first is to download an Android emulator such a Bluestack.
This application will allow your computer to interface as though it were an Android and you can then install the Whatsapp application to your PC. Currently Bluestacks is free.
The second method is to use “Whatsapp Web” which allows you to access your Whatsapp account on your PC via the web. The steps required for both of these methods are below:
INSTALLING THE APP: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE
Whatsapp is becoming one of the most used messaging apps either by pc or phone. It’s so easy to use too. Let’s say that you have decided to join the 700 million people who are already using the app. You want to make messaging less difficult. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to do This includes both guides of pc or by phone. Either way you look at it, you’ll be covered.
METHOD ONE: USING YOUWAVE ON THE PC
Getting WhatsApp running on a computer with Windows 7 is a little bit tricky. WhatsApp doesn’t provide a native application from their website to run on Windows, but you can still run WhatsApp on a Windows PC. I’ll show you a few tricks below.
The first way to run this messaging application from your Windows 7 PC is to download Andy. Andy is a free Android emulator that will let you run Android apps directly on your Windows 7 machine. It works a lot better than BlueStacks, so I highly recommend it.
Whatsapp is the proprietary, cross-platform messaging subscription service that can be used to communicate for (almost) for free. Apart from text messaging services, Whatsapp can be used for sending user’s location, audio, video messages and images. The California-based company was established in the year 2009 by Jan Koum and Brian Acton. The popularity of Whatsapp has been growing right from its introduction. In February, 2014, Facebook Inc. made a deal of 19 billion USD for acquiring Whatsapp Inc.
If you want an alternative for SMS on your Windows phone, one of the best choices is WhatsApp.
Why? It can let you do more than what you can with the stock SMS function. It allows voice messaging, group chat, and sending other kinds of media. What makes it better than other instant messaging apps? Well, it is lightweight when it comes to features. But it makes up for it with reach and stability.