As any WhatsApp enthusiast, you must know that there is a Web version of this app which makes things a lot easier all together. You might have your phone charging, or you are just in front of your computer and you would rather talk to your friends through a mouse and a keyboard, rather than your smartphone. The WhatsApp team has made this version available to Android and other operating systems like Microsoft, but they did not, however, made it available to iOS users. We are sure that the company is working on this issue, because a lot of their customers use an Apple product, but while they get on that, we have to share with you a secondary method on how to get it yourself.
This method is unofficial and will require you first having in your possession a jailbroken iPhone, otherwise, this will not work. So the first and most important step is to have your smartphone jailbroken so you can go on to the actual installation of the Web version of the app.
If you had your iPhone jailbroken before, or if you are doing it now, you will notice a new app called Cydia which will help you with this process. All you have to do is search for the app ‘WhatsApp Web Enabler’. You will find this app being a part of the BigBoss Repo.
From now on, it is a pretty easy process. You have to download it, wait for it to install then look for it in your menu. Once opened, the app will present itself with an Enable or Disable button. After enabling it, you can go to your WhatsApp settings and you will easily find the Web option for the app. You just need to select it and you will connect to the Web version in no time.
If you do not wish to jailbreak your iPhone, there is no current way to get it, but wait for WhatsApp to make this option available to iOS users as well.