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I have been using rambox for whatsapp. But is there any alternative clients which are still working?

  • I think you can use whatsapp web client as webapp in epiphany browser, at least for messages (not sure about calls and i don't have/want account to test it) – jena Sep 5 at 11:54
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The best client I found for Whatsapp only is whatsdesk

Alternatives for it:

  • Extensions for chrome (or the browser you use). In chrome's case, there are extensions that can be installed as a system application
  • Multiservices applications such as Rambox or Franz
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I find a few snap packages HERE

I haven't tried any but they probably work, so why no try

sudo apt-get install snapd sudo snap install package-name

If you install Opera Browser it got a plugins/tab (really idk what it's) but it has it by default, plus you have a "free" VPN service an a ad blocker. ALL by default

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  • Yeah....but I was looking at an alternative like desktop client and not a add on..thanks anyway – Charith Reddy Sep 5 at 2:55
  • @CharithReddy I was looking for another solution, it looks that some people make like a shorcut from Google Chrome to and "Desktop App" so maybe you can give a chance itsfoss.com/whatsapp-linux-desktop – rubiocanino Sep 9 at 16:09
  • Actually I already saw that post.....but the thing is there are no links available – Charith Reddy Sep 11 at 4:04
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If you are running Firefox you can use the whatsapp addon

  • Yeah....but I was looking at an alternative like desktop client and not a add on..thanks anyway – Charith Reddy Sep 5 at 2:55

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