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WhatsApp feature: You can soon use one account on multiple devices
WhatsApp feature: You can soon use one account on multiple devices

Whatsapp is one of the most popular multi-media chat messaging apps in India, according to the latest information, the app is currently working on a major change. Whatsapp's upcoming feature will allow users to use multiple accounts on multiple phones. We're not talking about Running the Whastapp web version or the app in another phone to a limit. We're talking about multi-device use right without restrictions. Whatsapp will soon allow users to use one account across multiple phones. Let's know the full details

According to information that has recently surfaced, Whatsapp is working on the UWP version of the app. This will allow an account to be used on multiple platforms. WhatsApp, which is currently available, will work as the web, without any changes. The UWP app can work separately. On the other hand, the web version will still need an Internet connection. This means that users need to stay connected on mobile via the app or the UWP app. Just like it does. Keep in mind, if there's no time for this feature to arrive, it may take several months to arrive. According to the report, messages may be stored on the smartphone itself. Whatsapp is also working on its end-to-end encryption for the multi-device feature. There are no screenshots currently available. The report also lists the leaks mentioned in the past, which later proved to be true. This includes Whatsapp Business Launch, iPad version, KaiOS, etc. It is believed that this could be one of the reasons why the app has not launched its iPad version yet.

If you talk about other features of Whatsapp Beta, WABetaInfo also revealed that the company is working on some other features as well. Whatsapp Beta for iOS has recently undergone some changes. The company has removed the profile picture 3D shortcut. Developers also introduced Pinned Messages to inform users about issues related to media or messaging downloading. iOS's latest beta also features the Quick Media Edit button. That's also being estimated. The company has stopped releasing several features for a major update in the long run.

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