Meta released a redesigned WhatsApp client for Windows desktops earlier this year, and the firm is now providing the same better experience to Mac users. For the first time, you can make group calls from your Mac using the new WhatsApp software for Mac, connecting with up to eight people on video calls and up to 32 people on audio conversations.
Users may join a group call after it has begun, see call history, and opt to receive incoming call notifications even if the app is closed.
The program has been revamped to be more familiar to Mac users, allowing users to do more in less time while using WhatsApp on a wide screen. Apple customers may now effortlessly transfer files by dragging and dropping them into a conversation and accessing additional chat history.
WhatsApp for Mac, like WhatsApp on any platform, uses end-to-end encryption to keep your personal messages and calls secret across devices. The Meta-owned platform unveiled a new multi-account functionality for Android beta earlier this month, allowing users to add extra accounts to the app. This feature allows users to retain their private talks, work communications, and other interactions all in one app.