Instant messaging app WhatsApp is working on a feature that allows users to chat on multiple phones or phones and tablets from the same account. The screen prompts you to register the device you’re using as a “companion” by scanning a code with your main phone—though there doesn’t currently appear to be an actual code to scan.
This development comes after WhatsApp recently released its multi-device feature on WhatsApp beta for Android and iOS, it is now working on several improvements so that users can link to another mobile device in the latest version of the beta. can do This is a significant advancement from the past when multi-devices could only be played through a desktop client or a web browser.
according to the report of MashableIt appears that WhatsApp is developing a feature that will allow users to talk on different phones, or phones and tablets, from the same account. The screen instructs you to register the device you’re using as a ‘companion’ by scanning a code with your primary phone, however, there isn’t one to scan right now.
While it’s not yet clear whether the feature will be available on iOS, preferences suggest it will be available.
In November 2021, WhatsApp released Linked Devices as a public beta and has been upgrading the app ever since. Although WhatsApp’s Linked Devices feature already allows users to use their account on different devices, it currently only supports PCs as secondary devices and is ineffective for those with additional mobile phones and tablets. .
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