Finally WhatsApp works without "internet"

WhatsApp has officially made available one of the most prominent features that millions of its fans have been waiting for for a while, and the new feature allows the user to link his account to a second device such as a computer, and send and receive messages without the need for a basic smartphone connection to the Internet

According to the WhatsApp support page, millions of people can now use up to four connected devices and one phone at a time, as it is possible to use the chat service on the web, computer and other devices by connecting it to your phone, whether it is connected to the Internet or not, and the

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The “Linked Devices” feature is a new solution to a prominent WhatsApp limitation that prevents users from opening their accounts on another device and continuing to use the service while the smartphone with which the account is registered with remains connected to the Internet, so that they can have any conversation on the devices linked to the primary device

And the service’s support page indicates that WhatsApp can be used in the new way without the need for a phone connected to the Internet, which works on 4 devices at once without being connected to the Internet.

Once you click on the Linked devices option from the WhatsApp settings menu, you will be able to see a new page called “Use WhatsApp on Other Devices”, which will allow you to keep using your account on up to 4 other devices without your phone having to be connected to the Internet, similar to its competitor The most powerful Telegram account that can be used via the web version without a connected phone

The support page for the new feature indicated that “linked devices” will continue to receive and send messages for up to 14 days after the main smartphone connection is interrupted, and it is not necessary to keep your phone connected to the Internet to use WhatsApp on linked devices, and the user will also be set to register his account on WhatsApp. And connect it to the new devices with his phone.