WhatsApp: The Option for Allowing Multiple Devices per Account is Awaited

What else can you do on a weekend evening than laying low and speak with your friends, family, or spouse via WhatsApp’s wonderful video calling feature? Well, maybe going out and enjoy the real life, but it’s highly NOT recommended in this period.

With over 2 billion users, WhatsApp is enjoying incredible success, and that speaks for itself about how great this app is. But we all know that its developers are constantly trying to find new ways of improving the Facebook-owned service, and now the users are waiting for another great feature: the possibility of allowing more than one device for a single account.

Switching phones like socks? No problem

If you’re that kind of person who switches phones as he does for socks, then WhatsApp’s awaited feature is for you. WABetaInfo hints to the possibility that the Facebook-owned service is preparing an update that will allow the usage of a single phone number across more than just one phone.

The next most obvious question at this moment is whether the feature will be cross-platform or not. But it will be available if you want to use the same number on two smartphones, or on both a tablet and a phone.

Flirting on chat will never be easier

When the new feature arrives for WhatsApp, you can take advantage of it to easily conquer the heart of the girl you like. Two, three, or even four people could simultaneously write from a single account to your crush so that much more great ideas can emerge for impressing her. Therefore, the girl you like should fall in love with you in no time! Hopefully, not with all the guys who are actually writing from your account.

Facebook’s Messenger already has the feature, so WhatsApp can’t fall short anymore. We’re eagerly waiting for further info to find out when exactly the ‘multiple devices for one account’ feature will arrive.

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