Using WhatsApp on your Android tablet is possible, but not easy for it. To install the application, you must locate the APK on WhatsApp or APKMIrror, download it, issue a permission to install applications of unknown origin, and then configure it for your satisfaction. This is a lengthy process, which, fortunately, It seems to have disappeared.
As reported by WaBetaInfo, now the latest version of WhatsApp beta (version 2.18.367) download from Android Play Tablet on Google Play. To access it, you will need to access Google Play to become beta tester and update the application to the new version that will appear.
Good news: Now you can install WhatsApp on your Android tablet directly from the Play Store (ONLY IF YOU BETA TESTER – 2.18.367)!
In the past, it was not possible, so the APK needs to be transferred separately.
– WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) November 30, 2018
It is important to emphasize one thing, and that is that WhatsApp does not act as Telegram, that is, that At the same time, you can not have the same account on two devices. If you sign in with WhatsApp on your Android tablet, it will no longer be active on your mobile phone and vice versa. This means loss of chat and recent messages, among others.
At the same time, two devices can not have the same WhatsApp session
The only solution to this slight inconvenience is to make a backup copy to Google Drive before "moving" and Please restore it when you sign up in the new device. It's a boring process, but it's the only one.
WhatsApp MessengerIt changes according to the device.
Via | WaBetaInfo