whatsapp-desktop

Unofficial whatsapp web desktop client for OSX, Linux and Windows. Build with Electron.
 
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Lionel_Bou 4 days ago

Very useful, and I like the Icon on the desktop bar.

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alexarroyo 1 week ago

Al principio funcionaba bien, desde hace poco se queda colgado.

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Give_Trees_A_Chance 1 month ago

Pointless. It's literally just a wrapper for web.whatsapp.com I'd rather just use a browser than install unnecessary software. Should be removed.

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sadi 4 months ago

It just works. There are very few minor issues though. For example: 1) When you right click and save a image it looks like nothing has happened, but actually the image has already been saved to your Downloads folder. 2) Sometimes you get a startup message that you need to update to Chrome version X, but it will go away eventually if you restart the app.

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nemlabanc 4 months ago

Meglepően jól működik! Könnyebb így üzeneteket gépelni és a fájlok elküldése is egyszerűbb egy számítógépről. Kár, hogy Magyarországon még alig használják a Whatsapp-et telefonon, mindenki inkább a Viber-t erőlteti...

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Nyarlathotep 6 months ago

Works immediately and well with LM 18.3 Sylvia. Looks and works the very same as the Whatsapp app on Android. Very useful for adding photos from computer without having to move to phone or use link sharing. GUI could use a bit of work, but functionality is the most impoartant, and the Developer should be credited with the work done so far.

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stackedbeer 6 months ago

Gets the job done. But the dark mode and the user experience in general needs a major rework.

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Akaniel 7 months ago

Funciona bem, apenas instalei e rodou. Mint 19.2

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amaser1 7 months ago

Works perfectly with Mint Tara and my Honor 10. No issues :) thanks

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Anton0505 9 months ago

После недавнего обновления заработало через Chromium. Работает стабильно, однако теперь нет индикатора в трее.

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Nelson 9 months ago

There's no senso for this application. It's just a browser. A Chrome browser. Don't waste your time installing this.

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andryxx 9 months ago

doesnt work for me, it demands for install some special browser, despite the fact that I have the latest Google Chrome & Opera.

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basilky 10 months ago

There is alternative app called Whatsdesk available. Which works perfectly.

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eugenevdmerwe 10 months ago

The link https://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/2427 as mentioned makes this app work. It's a real boon to run WhatsApp in it's own window. Love it, thanks for the fix.

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rosendorn811 10 months ago

This worked for me! You are looking at the message "Update Browser": 1) Open Developer Tools (DevTools) with Ctrl + Shift + i 2) Click: three vertical dots in the top right corner 3) Click: More Tools> Network> Conditions 4) Disable In the Network Conditions: Automatically Select window 5) Click on the drop-down list to the right of Custom and select the browser to emulate, e.g. Chrome Windows 6) Reload (Ctrl + r) 7) Close the Developer Tools - If this is not your solution go to https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=283412 and translate the webpage into your language with right click ;-)

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josejulio 11 months ago

El programa es una mierda. Funcionaba, por una sola vez, añadiendo el código como alguien mostró más arriba. Después, nunca más. Una lástima.

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drpeppercan 1 year ago

It's good to know that there is a solution. For now I'll just run WhatsApp from Opera, it comes preinstalled, and it does work.

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glaucoh 1 year ago

Here's the new working sollution https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=283412 Basically you have to enter dev tools and from the 3 dot menu, you have to uncheck the select automatically for browser version and set one. FF Win works. CTRL+R to reload and you can close dev tools.

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SamuelEsta 1 year ago

read this tutorial and this app will work: https://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/2427

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sydstorm 1 year ago

the app still works, you just have to modify the main.js file