What you need to know
- WhatsApp is currently testing multi-device support.
- The company is rolling out the feature beyond TestFlight to users on stable versions of WhatsApp.
A new report says that WhatsApp is quietly rolling out multi-device support for users of the stable version of the app.
In the last few days, WhatsApp is releasing the possibility to join the beta program for multi-device, for people that use stable versions of WhatsApp for Android and iOS.
WhatsApp is now asking users to upgrade to its new Linked devices feature, with the report noting WhatsApp has improved many aspects of multi-device support. WhatsApp announced its plans for multi-device support earlier this year, along with support for switching between iOS and Android, from that report:
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