WhatsApp, the famous instant messenger, was designed with smartphones in mind. However, over time, the software has become available for PCs as well, with a brand new macOS version published just last month. WhatsApp is now available on the iPad, allowing users to read their communications from any Apple device.
According to WABetaInfo, the most recent version of WhatsApp Beta available on Apple’s TestFlight is iPadOS compatible. Because there was no iPadOS app and the iPhone version was incompatible with Apple’s tablet, iPad users had to utilise the web version.
WhatsApp Beta now functions on the iPad in a manner identical to the Mac version. When you install and launch the app, you are prompted to use WhatsApp on your phone to scan a QR code. The programme then downloads all of your discussions and allows you to send and receive messages across your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
The iPad app, like the new macOS software, functions even when the iPhone is not nearby or is not connected to the same Wi-Fi network. The UI makes use of the larger screen of the iPad to display more content in columns. In 2021, the first hints that WhatsApp was working on an iPad app surfaced on the web.
The iPad version, however, is merely a companion app, as you may have seen. This implies you won’t be able to register a new WhatsApp account. Having an iPad app for accessing your phone’s messages is still fantastic news for WhatsApp users.