Whatsapp has become the home of messaging for over 500 million users. With recent updates from Whatsapp including the whatsapp for web, it’s time to update the list on how you can use whatsapp on PC. Here are the four ways through which you can use it directly from your PC and be more productive, without wasting time to go get your phone and type in the message.
The most requested feature by users was available last month, where a user can use whatsapp right from it’s browser. You have to scan a QR code to sign-in the web.whatsapp.com account and also keep your phone connected to the internet. So, it actually syncs your messages to the web account, rather than working as stand alone web application. Whatsapp web is one of the best way to use the application on your PC. It’s more convenient and make more sense.
Pushbullet needs no introduction but yesterday it announced it’s most requested feature available to the application. Now, users can reply to messages from Messenger, Hangouts, Telegram and Whatsapp right from the notification pop up on their PC. So, if you’re not interested in whatsapp web this can be the best option. You need to have Android 4.4 kitkat or newer to make this actually work. If you’re on older versions, when whatsapp notification comes in, clicking on it will take you to whatsapp web.
3. Android Emulators
These other two ways you may be already knowing. Android Emulators lets you use whole of Android system on your PC. You use it same as you use on your smartphone. You have to install the whatsapp.apk. There are many emulators but I like Bluestacks and Andyroid (Andy OS).
4. Mirror Android to PC
The other better option to android emulator can be mirroring your android screen to PC. We had shared before on how you can mirror your android screen to PC using Mobizen. There are many android screeners but Mobizen is my personal favorite and it requires no root. Airdroid is great too, but, root is required.