WhatsApp For iPad – Technically, WhatsApp has grown over the years to be one of the best instant messaging apps worldwide. It sends messages at light speed and has signals that tell you when your message has been sent, seen, read, and is being replied.
I think WhatsApp is accepted worldwide than any other chatting app because it’s an end to end encrypted instant messaging app. Also, because of its simplicity in chatting and user interface.
WhatsApp allows users to be signed in to one device only at a time because a user’s account is tied to his/her mobile number. Therefore to sign in to a new device, you must be signed out of the old one or use an app cloner.
WhatsApp is available on almost kinds of devices except for some and unfortunately, iPads are one of those devices.
WhatsApp on iPads
Unlike iOS devices, officially there is no WhatsApp for iPads, at least not for now; this also applies to all devices under the Mac operating system. Although there are updates that WhatsApp plans on releasing its iPad App soon.
I recently saw a tweet that explains that WhatsApp will release an iPad WhatsApp app when the support to use more devices for a single account is ready. WhatsApp is currently working on a lot of things to support multi-access including new features that help manage user’s accounts.
We recently saw WhatsApp release a dark mode for its App, as expected it was welcomed warmly by all users alike. That was because it was highly anticipated, the same goes for these new incoming features. Some of these features include;
- The ability of WhatsApp to notify you when another device signed in to your account.
- Self-destruct messages.
- Message Verification.
How to get WhatsApp on iPads
It’s very simple, basically, you are going to be connecting your mobile device (iPhone) to your iPad. Below are the steps;
- Open your web browser on your iPad and type in web.whatsapp.com.
- If the page does not load up properly, probably caused due to a low operating system. Hold on the refresh icon until the Load Desktop Site option appears, click on it.
- Take up your iPhone, navigate to settings>WhatsApp web, and scan the QR code to pair your devices.
- Once paired successfully, the page will reload and display all your recent messages. Do note that notifications from WhatsApp are not supported on iPads.
- This process also works on Mac OS or PC.