It would be easier to transfer data now.
Whatsapp might be finally be synchronized with either Android and iOs devices based on WABetaInfo reports. Currently, the company has been trying and testing features to upgrade the communication platform.
The said app has been working on a single device only and not allowing users to use it with multiple devices. But WhatsApp allows website usage without taking the phones out.
Whatsapp is developing a new feature that would allow it to work on three different devices simultaneously, such as the tablet, computer, or phone.
In order to set the feature up, the second device may need to be connected to the internet. This is required to copy and sync chat history.
After the second device is set up, the user will be able to send messages from either device with no “primary” device connected to the internet.
According to also to their report, it states that although it’s not confirmed whether users will be able to sync and chat across Android & iOS devices simultaneously, it says that “it should work.” This will also likely allow iPad owners to use the Whatsapp.
However, this feature is still under development and testing. There is no exact date on when the update may arrive. But it’s a good thing to look forward to, for it will really help users with multitasking.
WhatsApp Will Soon Allow You To Send Money
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the launching of Facebook Pay in WhatsApp. They will roll out this feature in Brazil.
Facebook pay will allow users to send money to their friends and businesses through WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger, and Facebook.
However, users may still be reluctant to entrust their banking information to the platforms for the underlying security issue Facebook has been facing lately.
On the other hand, Facebook assures their security by encrypting account numbers and conducts regular fraud checks.
They also noted that users could also set a PIN code or, on compatible devices, use touch or facial recognition for security purposes while sending users notifications about their account activity.