How to access Whatsapp in web browser?

The mobile messaging service has introduced a new feature by which users can access it even through a web browser

Mobile messaging service Whatsapp is now available in web server.
Whatsapp, which was recently acquired by social media giant Facebook, in its blogpost said: “Today, for the first time, millions of you will have the ability to use WhatsApp on your web browser.”
The web client will mirror conversations and messages from the mobile device, the post said.
How to access Whatsapp in web browser?
WhatsApp can be connected by in a Google Chrome browser.
Update the WhatsApp app to the latest version in your phone.
Choose WhatsApp Web from the menu.
You will see a QR code — scan the code inside of WhatsApp, and you’re ready to go. You have now paired WhatsApp on your phone with the WhatsApp web client.
Your phone needs to stay connected to the internet for our web client to work.
This service is currently available to Android, Windows and Blackberry users.

Blue ticks on WhatsApp: App to finally tell you if your friends have read your messages

It is a situation many of us have been in. You send an important message on WhatsApp and then eagerly wait for a reply.
One little tick appears to your message. Then two. Then nothing. Your heart sinks.
The important message has been ignored - or has it?
Up until now many users incorrectly thought the double check indicated a message had been seen.
Actually it meant that a message had been received by the handset, not its human owner.
However, WhatsApp's official website has confirmed the messaging service has a new feature, so you'll know when someone has definitely read your message.
We introduce to you, the double blue tick!
Whatsapp: What the double tick really means
If a group of people are chatting, the two blue ticks will appear when everyone in the group has read the message.
Two grey check marks will show up when everyone has received the message.
You can also find out the time a message was delivered and read by pressing the message with the double tick - then holding it for a couple of seconds, before selecting "info".
Blue ticks on WhatsApp: What they really mean
Other messaging services already have similar types of notifications to show when someone has seen a message, like Facebook.

Facebook now officially owns WhatsApp

Facebook on Monday announced it was closing its $19 billion deal to buy WhatsApp.
“We are looking forward to connecting even more people around the world, and continuing to create value for the people who use WhatsApp," reads a terse statement from the company about the closing. As part of the deal, WhatsApp cofounder Jan Koum will join Facebook's board of directors.
The announcement comes three days after the deal cleared its last hurdle and received approval from the European Commission, which ruled that the purchase wouldn't hurt competition. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission gave the deal its regulatory blessing in April. Facebook announced its intention to buy WhatsApp in February.
Facebook has promised to run WhatsApp as a separate entity, and WhatsApp's founders are not planning to bring any advertising to the platform. WhatsApp currently claims more than 600 million users, the company announced in August. Because of the run-up in Facebook stock since the deal was announced, the deal is now worth $21.8 billion, as Re/code points out.
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