If you use WhatsApp, then it is very important for you to know about its Companion Mode. With the help of this feature, you will now be able to use WhatsApp on both smartphone and tablet simultaneously.

WhatsApp companion mode lets you use the same account on multiple phones

WhatsApp Companion Mode: We all use WhatsApp. It helps us to stay connected with the people close to us.

With its help, we can connect with our friends and relatives whenever we want.

If you use this instant messaging platform, then you must know that so many features were not always provided on this platform.

There have been gradual changes in this and due to these changes, the experience of users using this app has become even better.

Let us tell you that recently the Companion Mode feature has been added on WhatsApp. In this story, we are going to tell you what it is and how it works.

With the help of this feature of WhatsApp, you will be able to use WhatsApp on smartphone and tablet at the same time from the same number.

What is WhatsApp Companion Mode

For this, you will not have to create a separate account on your tab. Recently a report has come out which revealed that WhatsApp will now give freedom to the users to sync the account and use it on the tablet just like the desktop version. To use this feature, users will not need to create another account.

With the help of Companion Mode of WhatsApp, users can stay connected on 3 more devices including their smartphone at the same time. If reports are to be believed, WhatsApp has released this feature for Android Beta users.

This feature will give freedom to users to use WhatsApp on multiple devices at the same time with the help of registration screen. When you link your primary account on another device, the data on your smartphone will automatically sync with the other device.

All information related to you and your account will be end-to-end encrypted. Along with this, whenever someone messages you on WhatsApp, that message will be delivered to all the devices simultaneously.