WhatsApp web: WhatsApp is now available on the web through the Chrome browser and in a tablet application, which means that it is possible to simultaneously access your WhatsApp account on your phone, tablet, laptop and PC without the need to hack. Here is how to get WhatsApp on your phone, tablet, laptop AND your PC, all at once. To physically install the WhatsApp application on your tablet.
WhatsApp Web: before starting
Limitations of WhatsApp Web
Keep in mind that, for now, WhatsApp on the web only works with Android, BlackBerry, Nokia and Windows phones, and until August 2015, iOS users. You should also use the Google Chrome web browser and make sure you are running the latest version of WhatsApp (on Android, start the Google Play Store, tap the three-line icon in the upper left corner, choose My Apps and check for an update) . is available for WhatsApp).
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Support of WhatsApp web iOS
The update seems to be rolling gradually, and iOS users can see if their been activated for their accounts by still accessing the configuration menu. Once accessed, you should see a “Web WhatsApp” menu-if not, sit tight and check again in a few hours.
How to use WhatsApp on your PC, how to use WhatsApp on your laptops, how to use WhatsApp on your tablet
Step 1. Using WhatsApp in your web browser could not be easier. On your computer or tablet, start the Chrome browser (other browsers are not compatible) and go to https://web.whatsapp.com . We tested this on OS X; It should work on any platform other than iOS using the Chrome browser and making sure you are viewing the desktop site if you are on a tablet. A QR code will appear on the screen on your PC. You do not need a QR reader installed on your phone to read this. Keep in mind that if you are using a tablet you will need to request the desktop site in the Chrome settings (and no, this will not work in Chrome on an iPad, even if you have an Android phone).
Step 2. Start WhatsApp on your phone and access the configuration menu (click on the three points at the top right to access more options on an Android device), then choose WhatsApp Web.
Step 3. A QR reader will open on your phone; point this out on your PC screen to read the code and automatically log in to WhatsApp on the web.
Step 4. The interface will be familiar to WhatsApp phone users, but keep in mind that desktop notifications are compatible, which you may want to disable in the configuration menu for privacy reasons if it is a shared PC. Just like on the phone, when you touch the three-point icon, more options appear. Select Notifications and then deselect Alerts and desktop sounds.
Step 5 Starting a new conversation is slightly different on the desktop. As in the phone, you can click on the icon of the new message to select one of your contacts, but in WhatsApp on the web, the search function allows you to start new conversations and filter existing chats.
Step 6 Within a conversation, the interface matches that of the phone, with icons of emoticons and microphones on each side of the lower text entry field, and a clip icon at the top to attach files. In addition to this, there is an icon with more options that allows you to see contact information. And as in the phone you get the simple, double and blue dialing system to show if the messages have been sent, delivered and read.
Step 7 Once your phone and computer are connected, you can manage your connected computers from your phone through the Options, WhatsApp in the web menu. From here you can log out from all computers, or you can use the WhatsApp options menu on the web to disconnect from the PC you are currently using. WhatsApp by default will keep you connected unless you specify otherwise, but once you have finished the session, you must perform the QR code process again the next time you want to log in to WhatsApp on that machine.
Messages between the phone and the browser are instantly synchronized, so users with limited mobile data contracts should be wary of increased data usage. It is a good idea to turn on your Wi-Fi if you are a heavy WhatsApp user.
How to install the WhatsApp tablet application
Before guiding you through the process of installing the WhatsApp tablet application, we must point out that this is not official WhatsApp software. Tablet Messenger for WhatsApp, which we explain how to install and use below, is a third-party application that replicates the functionality of WhatsApp on the Web (as described above), allowing you to have a WhatsApp application on your tablet as it does on your phone, instead of having to sign in through Chrome.
Step 1. Start Google Play on your Android tablet and search Tablet Messenger for WhatsApp . Touch what is probably the first result on the list, from the developer GJC. On the application page, touch Install, then touch OK to allow Tablet Messenger for WhatsApp to access your location and Photos / Media / Files. The application will be downloaded and installed on your tablet; When finished, touch Open.
Step 2. In the first launch of Tablet Messenger for WhatsApp you will be greeted with a large QR code, and the option to stay signed will be activated by default. Unless there are several users sharing the tablet, it is easier to leave this option enabled. You will also see the message ‘use WhatsApp on your phone to scan the code’. Do that: Launch WhatsApp on your phone, tap the three vertical dots in the upper right corner and select WhatsApp Web. The phone must start a QR code reader, which uses the device’s camera, which must then be kept on the tablet so that it can read the code on its screen. It is not necessary to do anything else-WhatsApp will automatically pair the two.
Step 3. Once you have successfully installed Tablet Messenger for WhatsApp on your tablet and it is linked to your phone, you can use it in exactly the same way as WhatsApp Web. This means that all your messages and media will be reflected from phone to tablet, and any message you send on any of the platforms will be visible on the other.
Step 4. Since most of the time you will use WhatsApp on your phone instead of on your tablet, you will not necessarily want to receive notifications of new messages in each one. In the WhatsApp tablet app, select the three vertical dots icon at the top of the left panel (showing your contacts or your conversations), then choose Notifications. You can turn off alerts and desktop sounds forever or for a set period. To create a new conversation on your tablet, touch the dialog balloon next to this three-point icon and select a contact from the list.