World Top Ranking Company, WhatsApp rolls out two-step verification for estimated 1.2 billion users on iOS, Android and Windows around the world. Earlier the two-step verification was being tested on the beta versions of the Android app, but it will now be extended to all users in worldwide. If we look at this service, it is an optional feature, which boosts security of your account. Every time you setup WhatApp on a different smartphone, you’ll need this code for accessing the account. When you have the feature enabled, any attempt to verify your phone number on WhatsApp must be accompanied by the six-digit passcode that you choose.
WhatsApp Rolls out two-step Verification for all user Here’s how to enable
So how to enable two-step verification on iOS? Open WhatsApp go to Settings, followed by Account and then hit on two-step verification and enable. WhatsApp will asked you to enter a six-digit code which has been send from company and than, you choose a code you won’t forget easily. After you’ve confirmed the code, WhatsApp will ask for an email address, so that in case you forget the code, you can still get access the account. Make sure you give an active email address, and one that you use regularly this service without any disturbance.