Leaked! WhatsApp to Allow Users Login into Two Phones

WhatsApp Update

WhatsApp to Allow Users Login into Two Phones


An extremely useful WhatsApp feature is set to be greatly improved, according to a leaker. It has been revealed that WhatsApp can allow users to log into their WhatsApp account on 2 or more phones at the same time.

Recently WhatsApp added support for multiple devices in beta testing, catching up with services like Telegram and Signal that have allowed users to log into their account from multiple devices at the same time. Importantly, unlike its rival Telegram, both WhatsApp and Signal have yet to allow users to log into multiple phones at the same time. WhatsApp is now working to change that, according to a new leak, suggesting that the company is working to add true multi-device support for the messaging service.

As part of the first changes to multi-device support, WhatsApp has been beta testing support to add up to four connected WhatsApp or WhatsApp Desktop Web Apps or Facebook Portal, which will not require your primary phone to be connected to the internet, or with food. upon. Now the well-known feature leaker WABetaInfo claims that the company is now working on "multi-device 2.0" that will allow users to connect a second mobile device to their primary device and use WhatsApp on both devices.

The leaker has detected new hidden changes in the latest beta versions of WhatsApp for mobile devices, showing the same "Downloading recent messages" message for mobile screens, which beta users of various devices can currently see on their desktop when they open the application. . This is a sign that the service could allow the synchronization of WhatsApp chats from your main smartphone with a second device. At the moment, WhatsApp is testing cross-device functionality in beta form for multiple users on the stable channel.

However, there is no evidence that WhatsApp is working to add support for a second smartphone; after all, the "Recent Messages Download" screen might be designed for an iPad or Android tablet, which is currently not officially supported. It's also currently unclear when the company will officially launch this feature, as it is currently hidden in the latest beta version of the smartphone app, according to the leaker.

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