WhatsApp’s newest beta version of its desktop software for Windows has been launched via the Microsoft Store, and it seems that the app is also heading to macOS. The information comes from WABetaInfo, a renowned tech site that covers WhatsApp news.
In addition, the story gives an exclusive image of what the desktop software would look like. It’s worth noting that, since the software is still in its early phases, the final version may change.
According to the screenshot, the macOS program for WhatsApp, like the Windows version, will welcome you with a QR code for connecting your smartphone to the MacBook. This will also allow you to connect an Android phone to an iPhone. It seems that the software will be multi-device compatible from the start.
According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp will change the app’s UI to make it simpler to use on macOS. It will be a Mac Catalyst-based native app.
Keep in mind, however, that the desktop software is currently under development and hence cannot be downloaded via the App Store at this time. There’s no indication on when the game will be released to the general public, but we’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available.