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WhatsApp plans to bring two step verification to desktop and web versions

Whatsapp is working ability to migrate chat history from Android phones to iOS, the app is also in the works to improve its desktop and web versions with another significant update. is developing the ability to add two-step verification to its desktop app and web version.

Many people rely on the app to work and communicate, it’s recurring that criminals also try to take advantage of Whatsapp users with scams. While the app attempted to address these scams by making it clear for users to add two-step verification and even letting the user unlock the app with Touch ID or Face ID, there’s a higher number of people losing their account or being scammed.

Whatsapp prepares multi-device support functionality; users will be able to access the app from the desktop or the web without needing the phone nearby – or even turned on. With that in mind, adding two-step verification will help users have extra protection.

Whatsapp is readying is the ability to view the chat wallpaper when placing voice calls on the iOS version of the app. At the moment, Whatsapp does not show up as the real chat wallpaper, but it always selects the default one.

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