Today, Whatsapp has become an essential part of everybody’s life. It has made our lives easier and faster. We can share whatever we want with whoever we want with just one click.
Be it text messages, voice notes, video calls, 24-hour status Whatsapp has covered it all.
Unlike apps like Skype, Messenger or any other app, WhatsApp relies on a phone number as a personal identifier. This means that you are pretty much limited to just having WhatsApp on one device (not counting the web/desktop version of the app).
And now, WhatsApp has taken another step towards introducing one of the most awaited features — the ability to use the chat app on multiple devices.
According to a post by WABetaInfo, WhatsApp has introduced a hidden function in its Android beta that lets you use the app on four devices with the same number.
The report notes that the chat app has introduced a menu called Linked Devices which will let you manage and add devices linked to your number registered with WhatsApp
This feature is currently under development. So there’s no information on when it’ll be available to users. WhatsApp has hinted towards this feature in the past through its registration notification for beta versions.
For now, WhatsApp lets you use the app on the desktop through WhatsApp for Web, but your phone should be connected to the internet. Hopefully, the new Linked Devices feature will let you use the app on other devices when your phone is out of charge or doesn’t have internet connectivity.
There is no word on when this feature will be released, but the fact that it made an appearance in the latest beta of the app suggests that it might be launching in the not-so-distant future.
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