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WhatsApp New Update Will Transform It Into A Truly Multi-Platform Experience [Latest Leaks]

With the new system, WhatsApp is also planning to improve end-to-end encryption

WhatsApp New Update

Whatsapp new update is going to bring big relief! 

As per recent reports, WhatsApp is working on a new update that will enable the users to use the app on multiple smartphones and devices.

According to the reliable source, WABetaInfo, The latest update for WhatsApp will turn it into a new multi-platform system known as Universal Windows Platform (UWP). Through the new system, users will be able to use the popular messaging app on their desktop without needing internet on their smartphones.

In addition, it will allow users to easily switch between their iPad,Windows computer and smartphone.

For starters, WhatsApp Web app, is used for accessing WhatsApp through the browser. To run Whatsapp for desktops. Currently, you just need to scan the QR code present on web.whatsapp.com that you will allow to send and receive messages just like on your smartphone. But there is one major requirement i.e. your smartphone should be connected to the internet as well.

What Will WhatsApp New Update Mean For You?

The new upgrade will make Whatsapp work like other popular messaging apps such as Facebook and Snapchat, where you can log-in on multiple devices using the same credentials. Check out the below points to know what does the new WhatsApp Multi-Platform System will bring for us:

  • iPad users can run their main WhatsApp account on iPad without deleting the app from their iPhone.
  • Same account for Android and iOS devices.
  • No internet connection required on a smartphone to use the Whatsapp web app for desktop.
  • Introduction of new UWP based-app.

WhatsApp’s Other Upcoming Features

The Facebook-owned company is also planning to roll out several new features. The features that are currently in the testing period includes:

  • Quick Edit Media Shortcut: This upcoming feature will enable the users to edit media files that were shared on the Whatsapp quickly. 
  • QR Code shortcut: This feature was seen on the WhatsApp’s Android beta version 2.19.189 upgrade. This will help the users to scan QR just by tapping the shortcut. It is currently unavailable for the public.
  • Pinned Alerts for issues: Users will get notifications if any issue arises during downloading via a pinned alerts in their chats.

Release Date of WhatsApp New Upgrade

WhatsApp has not revealed anything about unreleased features. The last major upgrade of Whatsapp was released in July last year, Since then, the company did not reveal any major update. But according to reports, it is expected that the Whatsapp is going to roll out the huge update in the next version of the app named as 2.19.80.

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