WhatsApp set to bring this highly useful feature soon: How it may work
The instant messaging platform WhatsApp is set to bring a highly useful feature that will allow users to activate one account on multiple devices. The feature has been in the works for a while has been reported in the past as well. But, according to WhatsApp features tracker WABetaInfo, it is confirmed to be rolled out soon.
The instant messaging platform WhatsApp is set to bring a highly useful feature that will allow users to activate one account on multiple devices. The feature has been in the works for a while has been reported in the past as well. But, according to WhatsApp features tracker WABetaInfo, it is confirmed to be rolled out soon. The tipster did not reveal the timeline of the launch and did not share the screenshots as well but confirmed that the Facebook-owned platform is working on a multi-platform system feature that is set enhance your experience.
WABetaInfo says that the new feature also includes WhatsApp for Windows (UWP), which brings the ability to use WhatsApp on your PC as well. It claims that the new feature would allow you to use WhatsApp on iPhone, Android, iPad, and even WhatsApp for Windows (UWP) at the same time, whenever it arrives. This means that users will be able to use the same WhatsApp account on multiple devices, without being logged out of the main one.
As of now, you are kicked out of the main device if you log in with the same account on a different device. The tipster says that when the feature arrives, it will let use their WhatsApp account on iPad without uninstalling it from their iPhone. Similarly, the same WhatsApp account can be used on iOS and Android devices as well. While reporting the feature for the first time, the tracker had said that ‘with the new system, WhatsApp is also improving their end-to-end encryption, because probably something needs to be changed, seen that the messages must be sent to more devices.'
WhatsApp web without phone
It has recently been reported that WhatsApp may soon allow users to use the messaging service on their PCs, even when their phone is off. The company had introduced WhatsApp Web in 2015 as a mirrored version of the mobile app for PCs and laptops. The version allows you to scan your phone and use the platform on the computer but with an active internet connection. However, the upcoming feature would allow users to use the platform without connecting to the internet.
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