WhatsApp may soon allow users to use their account on multiple devices

The Latest updates received from the android beta version that the “Disappearing Messages” feature would be soon replaced by “Delete Messages”.

WhatsApp is well known for bringing the latest and innovative chat features on the table. Now they are planning to introduce plenty of latest features to improve the overall experience of their mobile application. In addition to that, WhatsApp will now allow its clients to use their accounts on multiple devices.

Thanks to our sources that tracks each and every latest update was given by WhatsApp revealed some exciting features in the beta update. However, the recent update doesn’t come with the latest upgrades, as in this update they have included a new icon for the camera and they provided us with a fix in voice note crash bug.

All the WhatsApp users would be thrilled to know that the recent update also provided with a hint that very soon we will witness multiple platform support and the latest feature known as Registration Notifications for Multiple Device support. The feature which will allow the users to log in their WhatsApp account using various devices. When they do so, the app will send a message on the primary device that reads, Recipient’s device list changed. Tap Verify to confirm the new security code and after verifying the security code, users can start using WhatsApp on the second device. However, until now, the WhatsApp only allowed a single account per device. But, after the new feature is rolled out, users can use their same account on multiple devices. The chats will reportedly remain end-to-end encrypted.

WhatsApp also gave an update about the ‘Disappearing Messages’ feature. The Android beta update reveals that the ‘Disappearing Messages’ feature will be renamed to ‘Delete Messages’. WhatsApp has also added different options that will determine when the messages should be automatically deleted. ‘Delete Messages’ feature is also compatible with the upcoming dark mode feature, as per images uploaded in the report.