FreeChat for WhatsApp
Developer: Rocky Sand Studio Ltd.
Current Version: 1.1.2
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 2.5 MB - Download
FreeChat lets you access WhatsApp conveniently. You’ll never miss a message!
- Awesome looking Dark Theme
- Smooth and responsive look and feel
- Directly answer from notifications with Quickly Reply
- Always stay logged in and receive notifications
- Drag and drop photos and enjoy group conversations
- Disable OS notifications for frequent conversations
Legal Note: FreeChat is a 3rd party app and is not affiliated with WhatsApp.
We'd like to know how to improve our apps, contact us at Rocky Sand Studio http://www.rockysandstudio.com
[fixed] minor bugs
[changed] app name
We would like to THANK YOU for all your amazing support. We're committed to listen to all your feedbacks and keep improving the app.
Most Helpful Reviews
Greap app, super easy and really FREE! - The app does what it says, and not like other WhatsApp chats it is NOT full of adds … FreeChat is really easy to use and you'll get the convenience of WhatsApp on your Mac. So far this is the best I have tried, no craps .. realy recomend this to everyone!!! The only non-obvious part of the set-up process is that you'll need to use WhatsApp on your phone to scan the bar code.
Not for new users - The only problem I found with this is that if you do nat have whatsapp on your phone, you cannot use it. In other words, you alreasdy have to have a whatsapp account to use this so if you don’t have a phone with whatsapp (though you probably do), you can’t make an account. When you first open the app, it gives you a QR code that has to be scanned by a phone with whatsapp already installed.
More Reviews for Current Version
Vrs 1.1.2 Update - This is a good front-end for WhatsApp. I use this when I want a “real” computer/keyboard, rather than my phone, to type a message. I can still send pictures in addition to text messages, which is cool. They make sure that your phone is nearby (it always is) and it easily gets on the same session by putting up a QR-code that you scan with the phone’s camera, to sync them up initially, which makes it easy to do. Nice implementation all around! Where WhatsApp is really helpful is when people, (especiallly with varying phone brands) are in different countries. That’s when the app is quite cool. Regular SMS messages don’t always work, or if they do, your carrier might charge more to send/receive them, but not so with WhatsApp.
great app but one flaw - I use the app for a couple of month and really like it. It’s easy to use and allows you to use your computer keyboard to write whatsapp messages instead of typing on the tiny phone keyboard. I actually prefer using whatsapp in this way instead of using it on my phone. Connecting it to your phone is pretty easy and once the connection is established it’s pretty reliable and easy to reconnect in case it’s needed. However, since the last update I have one major problem. There’s no way to silence the app on my mac!!! Even when disabling the “play sound for notification” in my notification settings in the systems preferences the app still makes “blip” whenever I get a message. This makes it really annoying when watching a movie or a show while the app is running in the background. Please, please, please dear developers, fix this issue! It was working just fine in the previous version… Also, I cannot send pictures using the FreeChat app as the drag-and-drop option just wouldn’t work. But I can live without this option or just use my phone for sending pics. But please, fix the notification issue… thanks!
No download! - The app is good, but there is no more way to drag media to the desktop!
No video or voice call of watsapp supported - No video or voice call of watsapp supported
Good, but... - Easy to use. Just downloaded it today. Only flaw is you can’t drag-n-drop/download media from the app to the desktop.