Meta has made a big change in WhatsApp. Now users will be able to use (log-in) the same account in four phones simultaneously. Although you can use the same account on both phone and desktop with the help of WhatsApp Web, but now this feature will be available for mobile as well.
The company says that this feature of WhatsApp will reach all users in a few weeks. A few days ago this feature was released for WhatsApp Beta users. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of META, the parent company of WhatsApp, has informed about this new feature. Zuckerberg wrote- ‘Now you will be able to login to WhatsApp on four phones simultaneously.
After the announcement of the new feature, in this new feature of WhatsApp, you will be able to log in to any WhatsApp account on 4 devices simultaneously. All these devices will work independently. In addition, WhatsApp users will be able to run WhatsApp on other secondary devices even when there is no network on the primary device.
Under the new feature, users will be able to send messages from receiving messages. However, if the account is inactive for a long time on the users primary device, the account will be automatically logged out from the other devices.
The WhatsApp user needs to enter the phone number in the WhatsApp application of the secondary device to log-in on the primary device as well as the other device. After this a call will come on the primary phone. After entering which you will be logged in on the other device as well.
WhatsApp has about 489 million users in India and more than 200 million users worldwide. Whatsapp was launched in the year 2009. In 2014, Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19 billion..