Now WhatsApp will be able to run on 4 devices simultaneously: New WhatsApp Feature

WhatsApp has made a big change. Under new WhatsApp feature, now you will be able to use (log- in) the same account in four phones simultaneously. However, this feature has not been rolled out everywhere yet. It will be gradually rolled out everywhere in the coming days.

new WhatsApp feature

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of META, the parent company of WhatsApp, has informed about this new feature. He updated the users through a post on the social media platform Facebook.

About new WhatsApp feature

In this new WhatsApp feature, you will be able to log in any WhatsApp account on 4 devices simultaneously. All these devices will work independently. Apart from this, even when there is no network on the primary device, Also WhatsApp users will be able to run WhatsApp on other secondary devices. Users will be able to send messages from receiving messages. But if the account remains inactive for a long time on the primary device of the users, the account will be automatically logged out from the other devices.

Able to login through OTP

If the WhatsApp user wants to log- in on another device along with the primary device, then he has to enter the phone number by going to the WhatsApp application of the secondary device. After this OTP will come on the primary phone. And after entering which you will be logged in on the other device as well. Similarly, other devices can also be linked by scanning the code on the primary device.

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WhatsApp has 2 billion active users worldwide

More than 100 billion messages are sent each day on WhatsApp. And the average WhatsApp user on Android spends 38 minutes per day on the app. India has the most WhatsApp monthly active users (390.1 million).

More than 48 crore WhatsApp users only in India

There are about 489 million users of WhatsApp in India. Also, it has more than 200 crore users worldwide. WhatsApp was launched in the year 2009. In 2014, Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19 billion. WhatsApp was created on 24 February 2009 by Brian Acton and Jan Koum of America. And monthly users of WhatsApp are more than 2.24 billion worldwide.

Time spent with WhatsApp

According to App Annie data, the average WhatsApp user on the Android platform spends 19.4 hours per month (38 minutes per day) on the app. And more than 1 billion messages are sent in WhatsApp a day.

WhatsApp usage frequency in the US

50% of American WhatsApp users access the messenger service daily. An additional 28% use WhatsApp at least once a week, which brings the total to 78% of American WhatsApp users accessing the app weekly.

the ten countries where WhatsApp is the most popular and ranked by the number of monthly users:

Country Number of WhatsApp Users
India 390.1 million
Brazil 108.4 million
United States 75.1 million
Indonesia 68.8 million
Russia 64.7 million
Mexico 62.3 million
Germany 48.3 million
Italy 35.5 million
Spain 33.0 million
UK 30.1 million

 new WhatsApp feature

  • More than 500 Crore times downloaded from Play Store.
  • Has been downloaded from Apple Store more than 200 million times.
  • Also is the 8th most downloaded app from the play store.
  • More than 1 billion messages are sent via WhatsApp a day.
  • It is banned in China, Iran, Syria, UAE, North Korea, and Cuba.

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