Updated on November 9th, 2021
WhatsApp is a instant messaging application for smartphones under the "Meta" company - I mean the "Facebook" company as we all know.
Technologies changed the modes of life styles. People in modern societies cannot live their lives without smartphone and WhasApp. We can send text messages, images, document files, make voice calls, video calls, and share videos, music to other people. All we need is a smartphone and the WhatsApp application installed in it.
Apart from smartphone, people may have different demands to access their WhatsApp on tablet, laptop, PC etc under different circumstances.
Here we have different method to log in WhatsApp according to your requirement.
1 - You can go to WhatsApp Website to select Phones (Android or iPhone), Mac or Windows PC:
2 - You can download WhatsApp Application on Google Store to your smartphone:
WhatsApp Messenger: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.whatsapp&hl=zh&gl=US
3 - Use WhatsApp on your computer:
Web WhatsApp: https://web.whatsapp.com/
Previously, Whasapp user can only log in WhatsApp with only 1 device, and it would be logged out if you what to log in another device. But recently WhatsApp allows you to join or leave the multi-device
Here is the instruction on how to operate: How to join or leave the multi-device beta
Meanwhile, you can also connect your smartphone with your smartwatch, you may check these if you like:
Option #1 is AGPTEK Smartwatch with price $45.99 on Amazon now. Some features for this smartwatch are IP68 Waterproof, Music Control, Activity Tracker (Call, SMS, WhatsApp message notification), Full Touch Color Screen, Heart Rate Monitor, Pedometer Sleep Monitor, etc.
Option #2 is Nanphn Touchscreen Sport Smartwatch with price $35.99 now has 7% coupon on Amazon. Some features for this smartwatch are Real-time Notification (SMS messages and SNS notification, WhatsApp message notification), Music Control, 11 Sports Modes Fitness Tracker etc.
Feel free to give it a try and what do you think about all of these changes?
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