WhatsApp is a free and secure instant messenger that lets you stay in touch with your friends or family, you can download and install it on all platforms.
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It makes it easy for those who regularly cheat between multiple smartphones via WhatsApp to use its service. The service already provides Connect multiple devices in his account to receive messages on his tablet or on his computer, but it seems that the company will soon offer the possibility to do the same on a second smartphone.
According to Special site WABeta information, version 2.0 of this multi-device mode will soon allow you to sync all your messages and use your WhatsApp account from a second smartphone. All of these do not need to be connected to the Internet without the main device. Thus, Meta’s own instant messaging will be closer to a service like Facebook Messenger.
Uncertain availability date
The migration of chat history, as well as the possibility of using one account on several smartphones, should please people who have two devices, personal and professional. Unfortunately, as WABeta points out, the tool is not yet available in beta. So it is still unknown when it will be officially available to the public.
The innovation is part of several changes WhatsApp has been making to its service over the past few weeks. From discreet links to more flexibility for sending links, the app is evolving to compete against Signal, Telegram and others. While waiting for full multi-device mode, if you want to connect your tablet or PC to your smartphone, a help page is available on the WhatsApp site that explains the process.
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