Want to have WhatsApp on two smartphones? It must be a little longer

Deepak Gupta July 9, 2022
Updated 2022/07/09 at 3:08 AM

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging services, but interestingly it is also one of the most limited in terms of functionality when compared to the competition.

Finally, one of the most demanded possibilities may be just around the corner.

Officially it is not possible to have WhatsApp working on two smartphones, although it can be used on one device and then on web or PC versions. This is perhaps one of the biggest limitations of the service, but it may finally have an end in sight.

This idea has been raised for several months, but the evidence is starting to get thicker. The latest Beta version for Android already seems to have such functionality built in, or at least its reference.

WhatsApp on two smartphones? will be soon

With the reference to the functionality of using WhatsApp on another device already integrated in the Beta version for Android, there is a strong possibility that it will finally be available soon.

On the WABetaInfo site, a suggestive image of what is under development was shared. It even shows the process to have the service on another device.

Want to have WhatsApp on two smartphones?  It must be a little longer

By the process described, it will be something very similar to the way we have access to WhatsApp Web today, with a QR code available. There may still be complete synchronization of conversations, although the process may be dependent on WhatsApp's own backup limitations that do not stand out from the competition in a less positive way.

It is also unknown whether the option can be shared between Android and iOS devices, or if, at an early stage, it will even be limited to Android. Tests on iOS are also not known.

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