WhatsApp, one of the most awaited features of ‘Multi-device’ support is arriving, appear in the recent Google Play Store Beta program. Reportedly, it allows users to the synchronized chat history and be able to use Whatsapp on Multiple devices.

Currently, it is under development and is likely to release quite imminent. Users can run WhatsApp through WhatsApp Web despite Primary stays on the device itself used to connect to the web.

WhatsApp Multi-Device support

You can add up to 4 devices and users are no longer required to stay connected on mobile devices. The device will still remain the same, which is verified. Not to mention, messages continue to be end-to-end encrypted.

Download and Install WhatsApp Multi-Device

Currently, it is only available for Android devices and is likely to be released for iOS

once it becomes available for Android.

Pre-requisites

  • Require latest Whatsapp Beta
  • Os: Android

Join Whatsapp BETA

   Join WhatsApp Google Play Store Beta

You can join the early acess of the WhatsApp from Google Play Store, Once you get into the Whatsapp Preview you can get the Multi-Device support on your device.

Download Whatsapp Beta

   Downlaod Whatsapp 2.21.15.6

Before upgrading, you are advised that some users might experience battery drains, instability or there is some minor issue reported.

Additionally, they have released forwarding limits and search functionality to counter misinformation from going viral. Hence, Whatsapp is one of the most popular social media apps with 2 Billion users across the globe.

Enable Multi-Device on Whatsapp

It is quite easy to perform but for this, you have to agree to become WhatsApp beta program.

  • Open WhatsApp and click on the three-dot menu that appears in the upper-right corner.
  • Click on ‘Linked Device’ and then tap ‘Join the Multi-Device Beta.’
  • Tap ‘Ok’ to confirm your action.
  • That’s it.

After enabling multi-platform support on WhatsApp you also can log in on another device through your browser or app.

  • Open WhatsApp app or Browser
  • Go to web.whatsapp.com
  • There you see WhatsApp logon QR code and then scan through your mobile
  • Open WhatsApp on a device and tap on triple-dot menu
  • Tap on ‘Linked Device’ and then click on ‘Add device’
  • Scan QR code, similar to logging in on other devices, follows the same procedure.
  • That’s it.

Hopefully, this article remains helpful for you and have you successfully been able to use it on your device. If there is any query, share with us in the comment section down below.