Messaging service WhatsApp launched a web version on Wednesday, meaning users can now send and receive messages from their desktop or laptop computers. WhatsApp, for which Facebook paid $19 billion last February, said through a spokesperson that the mobile use case — where the company has amassed 700 million users — remains the primary focus. You’ll can now simply carry conversations from your phone to your computer. It’s a feature already prevalent in Facebook’s other major messaging service, Messenger. It will not, however, be available to iOS users, due to “Apple platform limitations,” according to WhatsApp’s blog.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.