WhatsApp works on an iPad version thanks to multi-device mode

WhatsApp works on an iPad version thanks to multi-device mode

A few months ago WhatsApp had already advanced that they were working on multi-device mode and that this would allow the application to have a version for iPad, in a version that is not easy to implement and was expected to arrive a little.

later in time.

WhatsApp works on an iPad version thanks to multi-device mode

And as Wabetainfo moves forward, WhatsApp for iPad could finally arrive after such a long wait. The media outlet claims that WhatsApp works on multi-device 2.0 and that an iPad could thus be used as a new paired device.

There is also talk that even Android tablets would also be planned to support multi-device features in WhatsApp. They are currently working on launching multi-device support for up to four devices and a smartphone.

The good thing is that thanks to multi-device support we will be able to stay connected to the app even if our mobiles are not around, or even when they run out of battery. We’ll see when this version of the app for iPad is available, but comment the media that it will be released in a future update , so it is not expected in the short term either.

Add that it would be a native application that would work independently of the iPhone and that those who are using the beta version of WhatsApp will be able to use the application on the iPad in a future update.

In addition to this important new feature, also the beta version of TestFlight, specifically v2.21.170.12, shows that Facebook is redesigning the contact information in iOS for business contacts.

In this way, it would provide clearer information about a business account, as well as simplifying the sending of messages, calls or even when sharing a contact’s information.

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