May 28, 2016

Whatsie, Whatsapp desktop application for linux, OS X and Windows

Just trying whatsie, whatsapp pc application on ubuntu for months and has no problem at all, even their developer say Whatsie is still in beta, so some features might not work properly.

Install Whatsie, desktop client for WhatsApp Web on Ubuntu or Debian:
file_download Download whatsie latest version whatsie-x.x.x-linux-arch.deb here
whatsie-x.x.xx-linux-i386.deb for 32 bit version and whatsie-x.x.xx-linux-amd64.deb for 64 bit version.

Right click Open with software install, or
run dpkg -i whatsie-x.x.x-linux-arch.deb in the terminal
thats all, whatsapp pc client has installed on your ubuntu pc.
You can also use aptitude:
gpg --keyserver --recv-keys 1537994D
gpg --export --armor 1537994D | sudo apt-key add -
echo "deb stable main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install whatsie
Uninstall / remove
to uninstall or remove whatsie from your ubuntu pc, open your terminal and type :
sudo apt remove whatsie
next follow the instruction.

Install Whatsie, WhatsApp desktop client on Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat:
file_download Download whatsie Download whatsie-x.x.x-linux-arch.rpm here
Double click and install, or run rpm -ivh whatsie-x.x.x-linux-arch.rpm in the terminal
You can also use yum:
sudo wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/bintray-aluxian-rpm.repo
sudo yum install whatsie.i386     # for 32-bit distros
sudo yum install whatsie.x86_64   # for 64-bit distros

for others operating system like windows and OS X can download whatsapp pc application free file_download Here
it should work for on windows xp/7/8/10 32/64 bit or OS X.
import_contacts read installation instruction here


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