WhatsApp tests Companion mode and Do Not Disturb feature for Android

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WhatsApp, a messaging service, is said to be testing two new features for Android. The first is support for companion mode on Android tablets, and the second is a Do not disturb API for missed calls on the Google-owned operating system.

This companion mode enables users to add a secondary device as a companion for their primary phone with WhatsApp on it, allowing them to access the same instant messaging account across multiple smartphones and tablets. The Do Not Disturb API, on the other hand, will now inform the user that their missed call notification has been disabled due to the Do Not Disturb mode. The WhatsApp beta for Android 2.22.21.6 is now available to some beta testers, according to WhatsApp feature tracker WABetaInfo.

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WhatsApp tests Companion mode and Do Not Disturb feature for Android

WhatsApp, a messaging service, is said to be testing two new features for Android. The first is support for companion mode on Android tablets, and the second is a Do not disturb API for missed calls on the Google-owned operating system.

This companion mode enables users to add a secondary device as a companion for their primary phone with WhatsApp on it, allowing them to access the same instant messaging account across multiple smartphones and tablets. The Do Not Disturb API, on the other hand, will now inform the user that their missed call notification has been disabled due to the Do Not Disturb mode. The WhatsApp beta for Android 2.22.21.6 is now available to some beta testers, according to WhatsApp feature tracker WABetaInfo.

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