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WhatsApp’s popular chat app is about to change who you need. It will soon have support for more active devices and history synchronization first.

While elsewhere, the use of one here is more a matter of course, for the popular WhatsApp chat it is still an insurmountable problem. Leckter the user came across the fact that as soon as you checked in on another device, he would log out of the original moment and the old one would disappear at first, unless he manually set the hacker.

This will be the end in the future, because the application is going to be able to use one et and zzench at the same time. At the same time, all received and sent first will be synchronized between them. It is not yet clear whether this will also apply to platforms such as Android and iOS. The databases of these systems are not currently compatible.

Enabling synchronization between multiple devices is a step for WhatsApp in the eye, it could not seem. First, use end-to-end ifrovn, so they can only be used by senders and recipients and no one else. Therefore, a function will be deployed that would first synchronize between multiple devices, especially.

The function does not yet have a clear date put into sharp operation, due to such a sharp change in the working frequency that the cars will know about it well in advance. Currently, sync is still under development, so keep up with a few msc, mon and pt years. This is also better than the current state.

In addition, it is rumored that WhatsApp will also have an available application for iPad tablets. This update will probably be related to the deployment of a change in synchronization support for one on multiple devices.

A possible future update should sweep away a large user base. The WhatsApp service, owned by the American Internet company Facebook, is used by over two billion users. After Facebook, it became only the second platform among the social media, which conquered the two billion mark (everything in the WhatsApp line is huge, it is used by two billion people).