WhatsApp now has a Windows 11 native app – here’s how to download it.

WhatsApp now has a Windows 11 native app - here's how to download it.

The long-awaited native Whatsapp platform for Windows 11 (and Windows 10) has finally arrived. There is currently a Whatsapp version that is based on the online version. Regrettably, the performance of the desktop app is poor.

How do I obtain the new native WhatsApp desktop app in Windows 11 and 10?

Here’s how to download the new Whatsapp desktop app and try it out for yourself.

  1. Go to the Microsoft Store and search for the Whatsapp Beta app.
  2. Check the System Requirements to verify whether your PC satisfies the app’s requirements (Windows 10 version 18362.0 or higher is required).
  3. Select “Get” from the drop-down menu.
  4. You will be prompted to enter the Microsoft Store by a tiny window. Select “Open the Microsoft Store” from the drop-down menu.
  5. You’ll see a new window titled “Microsoft Store Preview.” Under WhatsApp Beta, select “Get.” This will start the download, which should take no more than a few minutes.

The Whatsapp Beta app has received a 4.2 out of 5-star rating so far.

Windows users may now download a new dedicated WhatsApp desktop platform built on the Universal Windows Platform (UWP), which blends in with the rest of the Windows 11 software ecosystem (h/t TechRadar).

Also Read:
1. WhatsApp beta for Android teases a 90-day message deletion option.
2. WhatsApp To Extend “Delete for Everyone” Time Limit.
3. Google Pixel phones will support WhatsApp’s iOS to Android chat transfer feature.
4. WhatsApp Launches End-to-End Encrypted Cloud Backups in Beta for Android and iOS.
5. WhatsApp is going to make a significant update to its privacy settings.


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