WhatsApp is offering a feature called WhatsApp Web that lets you use it on a browser on a PC, but WhatsApp Web on the phone is also possible with a few tricks. With this feature, just by scanning a QR code, you can access all your messaging and WhatsApp features on any platform, be it Windows, Linux, Mac OS, or Android and iOS. We will focus on that. This content includes mobile platforms.
WhatsApp Web on the Phone
Android app developers have long been developing apps designed specifically for the use of the WhatsApp web on the phone, which can be used to access an account logged on another device. These apps can be found and installed through the Play Store. You may find that there are many of them, and you can use any of them to sign in to the login WhatsApp account on another device.
For example, we can integrate WhatsApp with WhatsApp Web for WhatsApp, however, the basic principle of using these apps is still almost the same. Once you have installed such apps, open it from your launcher, and go to the relevant section of the app which gives you a barcode image. For WhatsApp, this segment on WhatsApp is known as Whats Web. This can be done under a section of your app or inside the main screen.
Once there, open the WhatsApp account on the other device, go to the WhatsApp settings, and faucet in the upper corner on the QR icon. You will see a tab that emphasizes Scan QR, checks the image on the WhatsApp Internet Utility and this account is about to sign in to the app, and you are ready to install WhatsApp Internet on your phone. However, those apps will not be what you need because they come with a lot of annoying ads or they will no longer be placed on your cell platform, which includes iOS.
In the case where you wish to use WhatsApp Web on the phone through just a browser, all you need to do is open your browser, go to https://web.whatsapp.com and get into the desktop view. Once you are in desktop view, you will come across a barcode image. Open the WhatsApp account on the other device, go into settings, tap on the QR icon on the top-right corner and scan that barcode image.