If you have been limited to use some mobile phone applications simply because you don't have a Smartphone or because you don't want to spend too much on phone bills. Fortunately there is a BlueStacks for windows PC and Tablet. Which is an Android applications player (Also support Mac OS). BlueStacks let us run Android applications on windows 7 including WhatsApp. So if you don’t have a Smartphone, no worries, because we can still connect and chat to our friends who has WhatsApp installed on their Smartphone with our very own windows PC. The installation of BlueStacks and WhatsApp for windows 7 is simple, here’s the complete steps.

Installing BlueStacks

Download and install BlueStacks for PC from BlueStacks Official Website.
This will install Android applications player on your Windows 7 (Might also work on Windows 8).
It will take some time to download and install especially if you have low speed internet. Remember, since BlueStacks also support Mac OS, you can also run WhatsApp on Mac OS.

Installing WhatsApp

When the first step finished and Bluestack is running, you will need to search for Whatsapp or any other application you want.
Click the search button (on top right hand corner) and search for Whatsapp.
You will see Whatsapp on the list. Click on "Install".
After that the bluestacks application player will search for an Amazon app store, Google Play and some other markets for Whatsapp availability and it will let you choose which market that you want to complete the download.
I will advise you to download from Google Play. Click on "Whatsapp" on the list under Google Play. You will need to sign in with your Google account to finally install Whatsapp. If you don't have a Google account, you will need to create one.
The installation will be completed after you log in with your Google account.
After which you can then run the Whatsapp by following the normal procedure for creating an account on Whatsapp. Enter your phone number, get a code sent to your mobile phone, wait for the 5 minute countdown to enter the code and you are good to go.
That’s it.

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