It's possible to use WhatsApp Android tablets, but not just about it. To install the application, you need to search the APK on WhatsApp or APKMIrror, download it, grant permission to install programs of unknown origin, and then configure it for your own pleasure. Fortunately, this is a long process it seems decided to get lost.
As reported by WaBetaInfo, you can now use the latest beta version of WhatsApp (version 2.18.367) Download on Android from Google Play. To access this, you will need to access Google Play, become a beta tester and update the app in the new version that will be shown.
Good news: Now you can install WhatsApp on your Android desktop directly from the Play Store (ONLY, IF YOU ARE NOT BETA TESTER – 2.18.367)!
Previously, it was not possible and the APK had to be downloaded separately.
– WABetaInfo (@WebetaInfo) November 30, 2018
It's important to highlight one thing, and that's because WhatsApp does not work like Telegram, that is You can not open the same account on two devices at the same time. If you log into your WhatsApp account on your Android tablet, it will no longer be active on your mobile device and vice versa. This means losing chats and breaking news, among other things.
At the same time, it's not possible to launch the same WhatsApp session on two devices
The only solution to these little inconvenience is to make a backup in Google Drive before moving on and off restore it when you log in new device. It's a tedious process, but that's the only one.
WhatsApp MessengerIt varies according to the device.
Via | WaBetaInfo