WhatsApp is without a doubt one of the most widely used instant messaging applications. WhatsApp, like many other famous apps, offers beta versions of the software. WhatsApp, which is owned by Facebook and is already available on Android and iOS, is now launching a WhatsApp Web beta test.
WhatsApp is launching a public beta test for WhatsApp Web, according to WABetaInfo. WhatsApp Web users will now be able to try out the new features that are coming to the app. By clicking on this link, interested people can download the beta version of the app. The beta programme is now available for both Windows and macOS users.
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You become an official beta tester when you install WhatsApp for Desktop beta for the first time, and you will receive all beta updates automatically, so you won’t have to manually install the executable every time there is a new update.
WhatsApp is launching a public beta program for WhatsApp Desktop!
The beta program is available for Windows and macOS. Join today to test new features!https://t.co/UCJJ8jfrIs
— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) August 21, 2021
The most recent beta version of WhatsApp Web is 2.2133.1. WABetaInfo also claims that the desktop version of the programme receives beta channel upgrades on a regular basis. If you have any problems, please report them by giving feedback. By heading to WhatsApp Desktop Settings > Contact Us, you can send feedback. When providing feedback, you must also include a screenshot of the issue you encountered.
WhatsApp now supports multiple devices on both Android and iOS. The app now appears to be planning to expand this new feature as well. WhatsApp is working on multi-device 2.0, according to WABetaInfo, and users will soon be able to use the iPad as a new linked device. According to screenshots posted by WABetaInfo in a tweet, the functionality is currently in development.
The functionality is still in development and will be released with a future update, according to the tweet.