WhatsApp Desktop app for Windows 10 listing has now appeared in the Windows Store today. The app will require minimum Windows 10 Anniversary Update to run. To access Whatsapp on Windows 10 will need to connect it to your mobile phone to mirror messages. The app appears to be converted using the Desktop Bridge.
Microsoft also confirmed that Spotify and iTunes are making their way to the Windows Store. The company recently announced Windows 10 S, which is a student-focused version of Windows 10 and it can only run apps from the Windows Store. It’s likely we’ll see more apps in the Windows Store.
Currently, the app is not available for download. We’ll post more details once the Whatsapp Desktop app for Windows 10 goes live in the Windows Store.