WhatsApp finally gets the feature you’ve been waiting for


One of the most significant updates for 2023 is now becoming available on WhatsApp. Up until now, only rumors and leaks have been reported, however as of right now, an Android tablet may use WhatsApp with the regular number. Yes, both a tablet and a phone may be in use to start a WhatsApp session. Millions of users have requested it for years, but up until today, WhatsApp has refused to include it.

You should be aware that you may configure WhatsApp to use the same number you typically use if you have an Android tablet. Although WhatsApp for tablets has been available for some time. Setting up a new, independent number from your mobile device was the catch.

Both a smartphone and a tablet can use the same WhatsApp number

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The update that WhatsApp is spreading has a very specific goal. Allowing you to configure the same number you use every time. In this sense, the tablet will be an additional device that may access your session. Similar to how PCs have been using this feature until now.

To get the most recent history of your WhatsApp, the tablet will connect to the Internet. In fact, the app now operates independently on each device you configure. So there’s no need for your smartphone to be on or connecting to the Internet.

Simply upgrading the app from Google Play will enable WhatsApp on your tablet. The upgrade is now being applied in the beta version, but it won’t be long until it starts to spread over the entire universe.

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When your tablet receives an update for the app, you can open the app and log in using the QR code. Just like you would on a PC or WhatsApp Web. Despite being independent, you can log out whenever you want using your primary smartphone.

Many years later, the app finally allows the same number to be in use on a tablet as it is on a smartphone. It’s unfortunate that this is happening at a time when Android tablet are not selling good anymore.

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