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WhatsApp Now Available on Web Browser

New Delhi, Jan 22: Now popular mobile messaging application WhatsApp is available on the web browser apart from the smartphones. The app, which was acquired by Facebook in October last year for USD 22 billion, has 500 million users so far.

Using the WhatsApp on the web browser will be only the extension of the Smartphone when people will be at work being connected to internet on desktop or laptop. All the messages during the conversations on Smartphone will be displayed on the web browser when being logged in.

The app will only work with the Google Chrome browser. However, it will not be available to iPhone users.

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