WhatsApp is finally launching a native Windows app, which no longer users the old web-based backend and has been updated to run natively on Windows. The company has been working hard to improve its native app on Windows by bringing features already available on the other WhatsApp Desktop app.
According to the details, the new app looks similar as the currently available Windows Desktop app, but its faster, uses fewer resources, and loads quicker than before. The native Windows App for WhatsApp will also allow users to keep chats alive even when their phone is offline
WhatsApp is also working on a native MacOS app that is expected to be released soon. According to the details, the MacOS app is being tested in a closed beta and will arrive as a MacOS “universal app” that means it will be based on the iPhone version of the WhatsApp app and will run natively on MacBooks with Apple silicon.
Furthermore, WhatsApp is working on loads of features on Android and iOS as well, including the ability to recover deleted messages. According to the details, the feature was spotted in a recent Android beta update for WhatsApp by WABetaInfo, which states that users will be given an ‘undo’ option to users if they mistakenly deleted a message.