Using WhatsApp on your Android tablet is possible, but it's not easy. To install an application, you need to search for the APK on the WhatsApp or APKMIrror Web site, download it, make installation permissions for apps of unknown origin and then configure them to suit your needs. It's a long process, it seems to be condemned to extinction,
As stated by WaBetaInfo, the latest WhatsApp beta (version 2.18.367) can now download on your Android tablet from Google PlayTo access it, you'll need to access Google Play beta tester and update the app to the new version that appears.
Good news: Now you can install WhatsApp on an Android tablet directly from the Play Store (ONLY IF YOU WERE ON THE BETA TESTER – 2.18.367)!
It was not possible in the past, and it was necessary to download the APK separately.
– WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) November 30, 2018
It is important to emphasize one thing, that WhatsApp does not work as a telegram, that's it You can not simultaneously open the same account on two devicesIf you sign in with your WhatsApp account on your Android tablet, it will no longer work on your mobile phone and vice versa. This means that, among other things, chats and recent news disappear.
It's not possible for the same WhatsApp session to run on two devices at once
The only solution to this slight inconvenience is to create a backup in Google Drive before it moves and restore it when you sign in in the new device. It's a lengthy process, but it's the only one.
WhatsApp MessengerDepending on the device.
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