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Wednesday, 29 April 2020

How To use Whatsapp In multi device

How To use Whatsapp In multi device


The instant messaging app WhatsApp frequently uses new features in the app. The company on Wednesday raised its group calling limit to 8 members. A multi-device support feature will be added to WhatsApp soon. WhatsApp news tracking website WABetaInfo has given this information by tweeting.



According to WABetaInfo, the multi-device support feature is currently being tested. This feature allows the user to operate his WhatsApp account on different devices simultaneously. This feature will soon be available on the 2.20.143 beta version of Android.

WhatsApp is constantly working on new features to make the user experience better. Lately, the Facebook-owned giant has been working on the multiple-device support feature, which will basically allow users to run a single WhatsApp account on multiple devices. This could even bring WhatsApp to iPad soon. Until then, users will need to look for a workaround to make the app work on multiple devices.

WhatsApp account can be used on another device with various applications available on the Google Play Store. While all of these apps use the same technique, we would recommend downloading Whatscan Pro as it has the best ratings out of all. The app is quite basic and uses WhatsApp web to allow log-in of an existing account. This means you will be able to chat with your friends and even send and receive media. However, both devices will need an internet connection at all times.



All devices using this feature will get WhatsApp notifications simultaneously. The app will suggest the user to use WiFinetwork to use the feature. All user actions including star message, delete message, archive chat will be applicable in the account operated in multiple devices.

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Why use WhatsApp on multiple devices?

Depending on your use case, the above-mentioned methods can come in handy for a lot of users. In case your phone runs out of juice but you really need to continue the chat with someone, you can always put your primary device on charge and use the second one instead. Also, users can finally use WhatsApp on iPads and other Android tablets.

Do note that this feature currently allows only two devices at a time. Once WhatsApp has officially rolled out the multi-device login feature, the app will work seamlessly on more than 2 smartphones.