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Avnish Singh

'Lucky' WhatsApp users can utilise their accounts on two Android devices.

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Some users are reportedly able to use their accounts on multiple devices with WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta.

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The instant messaging service is reportedly allowing beta testers to link their WhatsApp accounts with a second device, such as a tablet.

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According to the report, WhatsApp is reminding users on the beta channel to link their accounts with the tablet application.

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Those Android users who have signed up for WhatsApp's beta programme claim to see a banner that reads "Have an Android tablet? The beta version of WhatsApp for tablets is now available.

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When the banner is tapped, a pop-up will appear at the bottom of the screen with instructions on how to link their WhatsApp account to the tablet version.

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- Search for WhatsApp in the Google Play Store on your tablet and select Install. Download the most recent version if you haven't previously.

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- Open the app and adhere to the prompts on the screen to connect to this account.

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The WhatsApp beta app for Android versions 2.22.24.27 and up supports linking to the tablet version.

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It is obvious that not all WhatsApp users can access the feature, which is exclusively offered to a select group of users.