WhatsApp To Launch Multi-Device Support Soon! – Testing In Progress

It looks like the development team at WhatsApp has been testing a feature that most hardcore users have been pining for – multiple device support! Though Whatsapp Web allows a workaround for users keen on running the popular messaging platform on their PC, the lack of support for Android tablets/iPads makes it hard for regular users to seamlessly text whilst working on another device.

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Multi-device support will be a reality on WhatsApp soon!

Though this feature has been confirmed to be in testing, we still don’t have a solid launch timeline on our hands to let you know when we can expect it to go live. Knowing WhatsApp’s track record with respect to iterative updates, you can expect this feature to be available to users that have enrolled in the Beta program first, before it’s ready for complete prime time.

Multiple device support will allow for users to access their text conversations from multiple smartphones, thereby alleviating any concerns for users that are switching to a new device or use multiple smartphones for business trips. More than anything, this feature seems to be targeted at users with a WhatsApp business account, thereby allowing for easy access and uncomplicated use.

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WhatsApp is currently being tested on iPads as well!

With messaging platforms like Telegram and Line catching up in terms of features and adoption, WhatsApp is struggling to stay fresh in a highly competitive market. Younger users now prefer platforms like Instagram for their daily conversational fix, thanks to it’s feature-packed text ecosystem that’s both fun and involving – WhatsApp truly does seem a little drab by comparison.

As and when we have new information regarding this feature or its imminent launch date you can count on us to keep you updated. Be sure to download the TechQuila app to stay updated with the latest in tech, entertainment, and science! With a dedicated dark-mode and a clutter-free UI, the TechQuila app is easy to stay updated with!

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