WhatsApp’s most important feature to date is finally on its way.Facebook has announced a limited public beta for WhatsApp’s far multi-device login feature, which you can sign up for on WhatsApp’s FAQ page.
This will only work if you have the most recent version of WhatsApp on your Android or iOS device.It’s also limited to a few markets, so it might not work in Pakistan for a while
One of the most significant WhatsApp updates is that the app is now limited to the internet connection on your phone.To log in to your account on other devices, you must currently have a stable internet connection on your phone.
With this update, WhatsApp will allow you to sign in to up to four non-phone devices even if your phone is not connected to the internet.Each companion device will sync your account data while maintaining the same level of privacy and security via end-to-end encryption (E2EE).Even when your data is being synced between devices, E2EE will be used.
This was a difficult feature to implement because it demanded a reworking of WhatsApp’s total process.This is one of the reasons it took so long to introduce, but we’re glad it’s finally here.
Given that it is already in public beta, it should not be long before a stable update is made available worldwide.