Whatsapp, one of the most common software in today’s world now finally getting the most awaited update. Nowadays we see whats app everywhere from the office to school, basically now it’s used everywhere. But frequently we see a little issue regarding the login into the what’s app account. Because we can’t log in to our account on multiple devices.
To solve this problem, finally, whats app is going to introduce a new feature called multi-device support. The officials already announced that the beta version of the app is now almost ready and it’s going to release very soon.
About the new multi-device update
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The multi-device feature is basically one of the most demanding features and the users several times want this feature from the company. On July 6th, the officials of WhatsApp tweeted that the beta version of this update is going to roll out very soon.
From that beta version, you can access this feature where you can use your WhatsApp account on multiple devices at the same time. Here is the previous if you want to login with your account on a new device, then automatically your previous login would be canceled and only the latest login would validate.
But from the beta version, you can access your account on four different devices at the same time without logout. The officials said, here you can log in with your account up to four different devices at the same time. Zuckerberg told WABetaInfo that the feature comes with a little delay because it’s a big issue to get all the messages and contacts to sync. But now finally they sorted every issue and going to release the beta version of it.
Beta version of Whatsapp
The officials said they release the beta version for the android and iOS users with limited slots. The users first download the beta version from the respective stores and use it and test it. The company takes feedbacks and all from them and then finally they release it for commercial purposes.
When the beta version will be available to download?
Till now neither Mark Zuckerberg nor the officials of Whatsapp disclose the proper launch date. But they hinted that with one or two months the users can see the beta version. So, from that, we can say the beta version may release in August or September.
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