A short time ago we had the interesting news that WhatsApp Web allowed you to use the popular instant messaging system from your computer. But the mechanism chosen to achieve this was not very refined, the messages from the mobile were simply sent to the web browser. So it didn't work with our smartphone turned off, and iPhone users can't enjoy WhatsApp Web either due to the limitations of their operating system. Luckily, WhatsApp Web can now be used on iPhone with a trick
To do this it is necessary to have a jailbreak on the iPhone, a modification that allows you to run applications not approved by Apple. A tweak called WhatsAppWebEnabler is available within the alternative app store Cydia, in a repository known as BigBoss. Once we download it, we will have the WhatsApp Web menu on our iPhone, and we will be able to use the functionality in the same way as on Android
WhatsAppWebEnabler 1.0.1 is uploaded in Cydia, but version 1.0.2 fixes some problems, so we leave you the link to download itOf course, you must resort to a file manager such as iFile to save the file on your iPhone. This is the link you need to download WhatsAppWebEnabler:
The truth is that I find it very interesting that WhatsApp Web can already be used on iPhone with a trick, but not everyone wants to take the risk of jailbreaking your smartphone, a practice not approved by Apple. Ideally, WhatsApp Web would change its operating system, and could be used completely independently of the mobile.
What do you think of this topic? Do you find it an interesting trick to use WhatsApp Web on your mobile, or do you have no intention of jailbreaking your iPhone?