The web version of WhatsApp has been kicking around for months now, but not for iPhone users. Until now. That's right - you can now talk to people through the service on Safari on the Mac, which is not very thrilling, but it is useful.
So, if you don't know what you're doing, here's a brief how-to.
Go to the WhatsApp web version, and you'll see a QR code. Open the WhatsApp mobile app, scan the QR code and you're away. That's it. Dead easy.
If you've tried this and it hasn't worked, don't worry - the service hasn't been rolled out to everyone yet, and apparently, it is being done in phases, so be patient and your time will come. If you are ready to go, then good for you. You'll be able to conduct your inane conversations through your browser.
So, now WhatsApp for Web is available for pretty much everyone. If you're on Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, iPhone, you can get stuck in.
The browser version has been updated too, and you can edit your profile photo and status, and you can delete and archive chats, as well as mute and exit group chats. Like we said, it isn't that exciting, but it is rather handy. So there you go. Head over there now and have a skive at work or whatever.