WhatsApp has made new changes that now allows users to log into one Account on to four mobile phones.
The new feature was announced by Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg who did not reveal further details concerning the new move.
“Starting today you can log into the same WhatsApp account on up to four phones,” Mark said on Tuesday ,April 25.
he company revealed that the feature was requested by users and will be used the same way users link with WhatsApp on Web browsers, tablets and desktops.
“A feature highly requested by users, now you can link your phone as one up to four additional devices, the same as when you link with WhatsApp o web browsers ,tablets and desktops. Each linked phone connects to WhatsApp independently, ensuring that your personal messages ,media and calls are end-to-end encrypted, and if your primary device is in active for long, we automatically log you out,” the company said.
“Linking phones as companion devices makes messaging easier. Now you can switch between phones without signing out and pick up your chats where you left off.”
Meta says the update has started rolling out to users globally and will be available to everyone in the coming weeks.
The company is also introducing an alternative and more accessible way to link to companion devices.
WhatsApp is most popular messaging app with around 2B active users monthly.