WhatsApp has launched a revamped version of its app for Windows, using the company’s native technology.
The changes have resulted in the app being more reliable and faster. Messages can also be sent when a user has their phone offline.
As reported by 9to5Mac, a similar update will follow for Mac users. WhatsApp released a public beta for Mac last month, utilizing ‘Catalyst,’ a tool for porting iOS apps to macOS.
Similar to its Windows counterpart, the macOS app will also be faster and work even when the user’s phone is offline.