The long-awaited WhatsApp multi-device update was released as Beta today. Android users will be the first to use it.
The countdown has now begun for the feature of WhatsApp that has been talked about for a long time. WhatsApp multi-device update rolled out to Android users today. With WhatsApp Beta version 126.96.36.199, Android users will now be able to start using WhatsApp on more than one device. It is said that this feature, which is in beta stage, will be finally available to both iOS and Android users in July.
WhatsApp has also confirmed that users can connect a phone to multiple devices with this beta. Once your devices are connected, your phone no longer needs to stay online to use WhatsApp Web, WhatsApp Desktop and WhatsApp Portal. In other words, you will be able to use up to 4 additional devices and 1 phone at the same time.
However, users will not be able to send messages or make calls from WhatsApp Web, WhatsApp Desktop and WhatsApp Portal to other users who have an older version of WhatsApp installed. Everyone will need to use the latest version of WhatsApp so that these features can be used stably.
If you are impatient and want to test the innovations right away, download
WhatsApp Beta 188.8.131.52 APK from here. You can download and install it on your phone. Make sure to take your chat backups before installing the beta version. Let’s say that if you have problems in the beta, you need to delete the application and download it again from the Play Store to return to the main version.
It is said that WhatsApp will also introduce innovations in voice messages in the coming days and change the sending screen of voice messages. Let’s see what other features will be added to the application before the end of 2021?