Earlier rumors regarding Whatsapp Account on multiple devices seems to become a reality right after its confirmation by WABetaInfo. WABetaInfo is no doubt on the top line in providing the most accurate news related to Whatsapp features & development. While on the user end its a great news to access your Whatsapp account on random devices you use.
After the official update, users will be able to use a single Whatsapp Account on multiple Android & iOs devices simultaneously. While iOs users can get available beta version 18.104.22.168 providing this fabulous feature. Rest of others have to wait a bit more to get this update on their devices.
Below is the tweeted confirmation by WABetainfo.
Whatsapp Account on Multiple Devices
This cross-platform feature will support Android Phones, Tablets, iPhones, iPads and Windows (not yet). Whatsapp Department is working on adding Universal Windows Platforms (UWP) which will roll out soon. As Whatsapp has already released Web version but it requires an internet connection to work.
Multiple Accounts method will work the same as we do Whatsapp registration for the first time. Simply enter your cell number on other devices and enter the verification code. You will get verification code in the app instead of a cell number for the second registered device. Similarly, you can add more devices accordingly following the same procedure.
Other than that, WABetaInfo also revealed that relevant information of other devices will not be stored on servers. It will be stored on the user smartphone instead to ensure security parameters. So, Whatsapp has finally listened to millions of those who were willing to access their WhatsApp account from various devices. The exact date for this feature is not confirmed yet but is expected to release soon.
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