Washington, June 15: The instant messaging app, Whatsapp is reportedly going to make multi-device support available for users with end-to-end encryption. According to Mashable, a popular website named 'WABetaInfo', which pushes regular updates around the instant messaging app, took to Twitter to announce the update on Tuesday.

WhatsApp secures its user's private messages with end-to-end encryption that permits only those individuals that a person has messaged to read or listen to a conversation. WhatsApp's official Twitter account additionally as of late posted regarding end-on end encryption stating that not even WhatsApp itself can approach the personal conversations of its users as it bolts their messages. WhatsApp Scam Alert: COVID-19 Vaccine Feedback Call From the Number 912250041117 Will Hack User’s Phone? PIB Fact Check Shares Correct Number.

WhatsApp May Enable Multi-Device Support for Users With End-to-End Encryption

What's more in the store is, WhatsApp will enable end-to-end encryption on multi-device support. This new feature by the instant messaging app will permit individuals to operate a similar WhatsApp account on various gadgets simultaneously.

It was accounted for that WhatsApp has been chipping away at creating two various types of multi-device with WhatsApp Web which will permit the users to utilize WhatsApp Web without their primary telephone being associated with the Internet.

Also, multi-gadget with different devices will allow users to interface up to four unique gadgets to the user's main WhatsApp account. Mashable reported that apart from multi-device, WhatsApp is continually working on new highlights to smooth out the user experience on the application, the Facebook-owned company is purportedly reestablishing the green colour notifications for its Android beta application. It had announced a new dark blue colour in notifications a few days back in the beta update.

However, users weren't happy with the update so WhatsApp decided to restore the old colour. Likewise, WhatsApp is dealing with a 'Flash Call' feature in Android beta update that will permit users to verify log-in on WhatsApp via a 'flash call' instead of the usual 6-digit verification code.

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