Upcoming WhatsApp Features

WhatsApp got updated a lot recently and we got some really important features that we all been asking for so long. The ability to run two WhatsApp’s numbers on the same device has already been awarded to almost every android smartphone, thanks to Android. WhatsApp is now going to add a new ability which will let you run the same WhatsApp account on two devices which is so cool.

Once this feature will be widely released, I bet some developers will make an app for smartwatches so you can use WhatsApp on your wrist. This won’t have you to connect your phone to the internet just like the web version of the WhatsApp. You will be able to sed and receive the messages without your phone being connected to the internet all the time.

WhatsApp Multi-Device Feature

This feature is supposed to be released in the Beta version of the app soon which lets you do this. Some pictures have been leaked and let’s see how this feature will help you link multiple devices to the same account.

This picture shows that the smartphone shows a page with the title “Log in on a new device”, this might be able to do remotely. There should be no QR code scanning or anything because we can’t see any instructions on this page like that.

This page says that it is recommended to use WiFi to link the device because mobile data may be slow and use a large amount of data. This suggests that it might copy the WhatsApp data like the chat and media files over to the new device to work properly.

There is no release data available for this feature, these screenshots came from the WABetaInfo website. They posted these pictures on their blog without any release date but they said that it will release on beta first.

Also, read: How to Use Same WhatsApp Number on Multiple Devices

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