WhatsApp might have an iPad app for the first time
WhatsApp is working on a fully native iPad app as, In July, WhatsApp announced that it was working on next-generation encryption that would allow genuine multi-device connectivity without the need for a smartphone connection.
the necessity that users set up the service with a phone as the “main” device for an account has been part of WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption system.
But, announcing they are coming with a new twist by introducing an iPad app. According to them, the iPad and Android tablets will be able to be used as “connected devices” to a WhatsApp account as part of the next multi-device beta.
According to a follow-up tweet, it will be a native app (rather than a web app) that will work “independently” (i.e, it will work even if your smartphone is turned off).
Details on when this app and integration will arrive; the WABetaInfo account says it’s under development and will be released in a “future update.
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