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Multi-phone And Tablet Chat Support Might Be Arriving On WhatsApp

Multi phone and tablet chat support coming to WhatsApp

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Phone numbers may now be accessed in a variety of ways. on WhatsApp | image illustration by (Smarttechvillas)

App WABetaInfo discovered that WhatsApp is working on an option that would allow users to talk with the same account across several devices, including a phone and a tablet. As of this writing, there seems to be no real code that can be used to register the “companion” device, despite the directions on the screen.

The ability to sync recent communications, even if they are encrypted, was discovered in a prior beta version. Combined with the “Register Device as Companion” box that tells users how to use WhatsApp on another device, this screen serves as solid proof that this functionality is in the pipeline.

Android users will be able to use the function on a second phone or tablet since both screens have been located in the Android version of the software. However, there is a precedent that suggests the functionality will be accessible on iOS as well when it comes. You may already use several devices with your WhatsApp account through the Linked Devices function. However, the Linked Devices feature currently only allows computers to serve as secondary devices. On both iOS and Android, the functionality may be activated.

As a public beta in November of 2021, WhatsApp made improvements to linked devices (though there are still a few unsupported features depending on what your main device is). However, although linked devices are convenient for desktop users, secondary smartphone or tablet users are left out in the cold.

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