WhatsApp is preparing to introduce a key update that will lastly make it achievable to utilize across several phones and devices, as per a new leak.
The recent edition of the famous messaging application will change WhatsApp into an actually multiple platform experience, which will let users switch flawlessly between their Smartphone, iPad, and desktop computer while sending & receiving messages.
WhatsApp accounts have been associated with a particular phone number so far, meaning it was merely achievable to have one impartial mobile app on a single device. Eventually, it meant utilizing WhatsApp on systems would need users to connect it to the novel device’s account.
The latest upgrade will imply that WhatsApp will work in a parallel way to other mobile apps like Facebook, where it is possible to utilize the similar login information across systems, download separate editions of the application on any of their devices and have texts sync between them all.
The most recent WhatsApp hearsay comes politeness of WaBetaInfo, who assert the new abilities are at present under development.
The news website clarified how the innovative system is going to sync all of the mobile apps across a variety of devices so that the most recent messages emerge on every edition of the application, while security is too anticipated to be taken into deliberation.
The site explained, “With the new system, WhatsApp is also improving their end-to-end encryption, because probably something needs to be changed, [as] the messages must be sent to more devices.” It further explains, “Note that this is also the reason why WhatsApp for iPad was not released yet, even though it’s ready.”
It is hard to mention the exact date of this newest update for WhatsApp, though it is projected to appear in the impending months. Other forthcoming features for WhatsApp comprise pinned notifications for difficulties, as well as the elimination of a shortcut that permits users to store and send overseas the profile picture of the contacts.
Already a lot of features in WhatsApp have added, including Hide your last seen time, dodge the blue ticks, customized notifications, limit the data usage, mark chat unread, and more and a lot still needs to come.
WhatsApp does not say anything on unreleased features of the application; however, both of these updations are pegged to appear with the subsequent official edition of the mobile app, called 2.19.80.
In the coming year, WhatsApp is even anticipated to combine its messaging services along with other Facebook-owned applications, including Messenger & Instagram. Facebook confirmed the amalgamation in January, stating it will proffer “the best messaging experiences” for its billions of users across the globe.