WhatsApp should soon be available on Android tablets and iPads
WhatsApp could soon arrive on our tablets, something users have been asking for for a long time. This new version is indeed available for beta testers.
WhatsApp, the most used messaging service in the world, will it one day arrive on Android tablets and iPad? It would seem that such a version is in the pipes, according to the WABetaInfo site, always very well informed.
Indeed, theVersions 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 of the software contain tablet versions. This is the first time that such a thing has been put forward. Previously, Meta has always refused to even mention the possibility of bringing its service to touch slates.
The tablet version would work hand in hand with the smartphone version
WhatsApp requiring a phone number, the tablet version works by being linked with the phone application. To connect your tablet, simply scan a QR Code appearing on the screen with your smartphone. By doing this, the user has access to the mail as if he were using it in a classic way. It will be possible to send messages or make calls via this channel. The interest is obviously to benefit from greater comfort in use, a large screen being much more readable than a small one.
WhatsApp is finally starting to roll out the Communities feature to Android
This tablet version is still in beta stage. If all goes well, it should be rolled out to the general public within a few weeks. Excellent news for tablet fans who wanted to make full use of their terminal. Available only on Android, WhatsApp could soon arrive on iPadOS.
WhatsApp continues improve with updates. The application evolves in small steps, without major revolution each time. In recent months, several interesting features have been deployed, such as the possibility of finally hiding your online status in order to remain discreet. It is also now possible to modify the content of a sent message. Moreover, the arrival of communities makes it possible to create large groups that can be subdivided into several separate chats, like Discord. In short, the arrival of WhatsApp on tablets is only one novelty among others, the service constantly evolving over the months.