The wait to be able to use WhatsApp on the Apple Watch seems to have no end. You don't even remember when Telegram launched its application for Apple Watch, and However, the most important instant messaging application in the world resists having a version that can be used on the Apple watch.
However, all waiting has an end, and even if it is unofficially, we already have a solution to be able to use WhatsApp on the Apple Watch. We have tested WhatchUp, an application that will allow you to read messages, view photos and send WhatsApp messages from your Apple Watch. In this video we show you how to configure and use this application.
It is a paid application, but surely for many it compensates in exchange for being able to use WhatsApp on the Apple Watch. It has no trick or deception, what it does is install a WhatsApp Web on your watch, having to scan a QR code and everything to make it work. The configuration is not complicated following the instructions indicated by the application and the clock, just as we show in the video.
Once configured, its use is quite intuitive. You will be able to access all the conversations you have on WhatsApp, although if some contain many messages, they may not be shown in full. It really is not a drawback, since I doubt that anyone is going to dedicate themselves to navigating the messages on the Apple Watch. The application does its job perfectly: you can view messages, including images, and you can send messages by voice typing, handwriting, or emojis. By the way, if you have problems with the language, from the application they tell you how to change it to the one you want. While we wait for the official app to arrive on the Apple Watch, this is a good solution.