Whatsapp may be in the headlines after Facebook’s purchase of the company, but back in the real world consumers are still trying desperately to get Whatsapp installed on Mac OS X. We have a simple guide for you to follow now showing how it can be done with ease.
Whatsapp is still the number one chat messenger for a lot of consumers, despite the barrage of alternatives like Threema and Telegram that are now threatening to dethrone the app.
With the arrival of Mac OS X Mavericks, the ability to use iMessage and Facetime with mobile users on computer is an essential feature that most now cannot live without – both for pleasure and business purposes.
What if we told you that there was a way to get Whatsapp running on Mac though? It’s possible by using the Bluestacks App Player which lets you run mobile apps on computer, in combination with LayerCake technology which makes the magic happen behind the scenes.
Right now Bluestacks is free to download as it’s still in beta status according to the official website. Using the video guide that we have below, you’ll be able to follow the steps exactly to get Whatsapp running on Mac at last.
This is a working method for many consumers at the moment, so try it out yourself and let us know how you get on. Have you been enjoying Whatsapp on Mac for weeks now?
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