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WhatsApp Now Available On Desktop

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Trying to send covert WhatsApp messages at your desk is no easy feat. Even the under the table trick makes it look as if you're constantly staring at your crotch. Not a good look.

So in a clever, if not possibly distracting, move, WhatsApp has now been made available for your computer. It's a simple process to connect your phone and your desktop that requires the latest version of WhatsApp, Google Chrome, a simple QR code scan and you're up and running.

Sadly for iPhone users, Apple's "platform limitations" prevent multi-screen messaging at this point in time but for everyone else, your awkwardly managed desk texts need not be so awkward anymore.

Click here to get connected.

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