In the absence of the official application that natively brings us the compatibility of WhatsApp with the Apple Watch, the developers are creating their own solutions and after a while trying different solutions I think without a doubt The best application that right now can be used on our Apple Watch to have WhatsApp on the watch is WatchChat.
Viewing text messages, replying to messages, listening to voice notes and viewing images sent to us by our WhatsApp contacts is possible from our watch, all this with very short loading times, with a very fast response and with a very high stability. We analyze the application and show you its configuration and operation in video.
The application is very simple to configure since the steps are practically identical to when we open a WhatsApp Web session on our computer. Generate a QR code on our watch by opening the WatchChat application and scan it with our mobile from the WhatsApp settings, and in a few seconds everything will be ready to use. The iPhone application is then relegated to the background because everything works from the Apple Watch. We can only customize the quick responses from the smartphone application.
The synchronization speed of the application is really good, I would say that it is even better than what applications like Telegram have achieved, which does have a native application for Apple Watch, and the stability is also high, with just a couple of reboots that every day who has been using it to test it. If we look at what we can do with it, we must include not only the possibility of reading the messages or answering them, but also we can see the images, yes, without being able to zoom, and listening to voice notes, although at the moment we cannot send them. The volume is what the clock offers us, which is not very high, but enough to listen to them in a room, not so if we are on a noisy street.
The application is very well developed and also receives frequent updates with performance improvements. I have to admit that it was the developer himself who contacted me after the review of another similar application assuring me that I would like this app more, and the truth is that it has been. And as a gesture of gratitude for talking about her has offered us several promo codes for our readers that we raffle as follows:
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