So far, it is possible to use WhatsApp on Mac, but the application is not independent; it cannot be used alone and therefore requires a wireless connection to your phone. The scenario is even worse on the iPad; ithere is not at allapplication official WhatsApp, which forces you to use third-party applications that perform the same relay operation via a Web API.
However, the situation will change soon, if we believe the information disclosed by WATBetaInfo.
Indeed, WABetainfo indicates that WhatsApp is working on transform its messaging service into a true multi-platform service, like Apple’s iMessage. Therefore, iIt would then be possible to use WhatsApp (with the same number) on several devices simultaneously. With the multi-platform system, it will become possible to use vOur main WhatsApp account on your iPad without uninstalling it on your iPhone.
In addition, the user may use this same WhatsApp account on an Android device. He will be able to use WhatsApp on your computer without the need for a permanent internet connection on your phone. In case you’re wondering, messages between all devices will obviously be synchronized.
Unfortunately, the site did not share any information about a possible release date for these independent applications.