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The WhatsApp application gets a great new feature ... Here are the details

 The WhatsApp application is considered one of the most used applications in our daily life, it is the most used instant messaging application in the world despite the presence of a large number of competing applications, as the number of its users reached more than two billion users around the world this year.

As a result, we find that the Facebook company that owns the application launches from time to time new features that make the application more user-friendly, and according to a recent report the application has obtained a much-needed feature (support for its use across multiple devices), as this feature allows the application to be used at a time. Same across multiple devices and real-time syncing, as featured in the latest beta version of the app, and competing apps; The most famous of them: the Telegram app.

Below we will review what this new feature is and when it will be widely launched:

Last August, the site (WABetaInfo), which analyzes trial versions of the WhatsApp application, discovered a feature that allows users to access their WhatsApp account on 4 different devices at the same time, and according to gizmochina also, the multi-device support feature is in the final stages of testing.

The launch of the (multi-device support) feature will allow WhatsApp users to access the same account from different devices at the same time, and messages can be synchronized across these devices in real-time, allowing users to continue conversations even when switching from the WhatsApp application on their phones to the desktop version on their computer. Mobile.

Although this feature is an essential component of some competing chat programs, support for multiple devices has not yet reached the WhatsApp application, however, WABetaInfo confirms that this feature will be launched soon for users.

The site has shared a screenshot that it claims is for the new desktop version of the WhatsApp application that displays the recent chat history of a smartphone, as the screenshot of the user interface also shows that the process of synchronizing messages is secured with (end-to-end encryption) technology.


 In order for the multi-device support feature to work, it appears that users will have to set the Linked Devices feature on the New Settings page, and this page is currently available to beta testers, which indicates that the WhatsApp application may launch this feature to the general public in the next beta version.

It is worth noting that the site itself had previously indicated that the application will soon launch a new user interface for the storage section, and it will allow you to easily see large files that you may not need to store in your device anymore and delete them easily.