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WhatsApp set to give multiple accounts update for Android users

Users can finally say bye to the third-party cloning apps from their phone as WhatsApp will soon allow its users to use multiple accounts in one device.

Aditya Kaushik




New Delhi: They say, “To stay in business you need to give your customers what they want.” And, the instant messaging company WhatsApp has always done just that.

This time they are trying to come up with an update that was every user’s dream since the beginning. Now they are planning to allow its users to use multiple accounts in just one singular device.

Till now, users who wanted to use multiple accounts on one singular device had to depend on third-party cloning apps. These apps have their own extra requirements to run, which makes them too much of a hassle. Apart from being a hassle, these apps are also risky and may be a threat to the sensitive data you are sending through them.

According to the updates provided by WABetainfo, the first stages of the trials have already begun, with some of its beta users of version having already received the updates, and the results are so far satisfactory.

However, there is one point to be kept in mind is that the limit for the number of devices will only be increased from 1 to 2. Hopefully, with Meta at its helm, it is quite possible that this number can be increased sometime in the future.

Apart from this, WhatsApp is also trying to come up with a brand new user interface to give its users a much more modern experience. As per the reports, the chat, status and other tabs can be shifted from the top to the bottom of the app.

Users will also be getting enhanced control for the instant video messages feature and a separate communities tab.

Nonetheless, if reports are to be trusted true, the biggest change going forward is going to be the removal of the green colour from the top of the app, which is being done to give the app a minimalist look. But, the logo and the message button will continue to be green, keeping the original essence of the app alive.