The developers of Whatsapplately, they never sleep and have released an interesting update dedicated to Tablet, within the latest beta version of the Android app. The user interface has been completely overhauled to improve the experience of using the app on devices big screen.
The new interface has a cleaner and more modern design, with bigger icons and wider spaces between the various elements. Furthermore, the arrangement of the various sections of the app has been improved, making it easier to access chats, contacts and settings. In principle, the new interface resembles the one already seen in WhatsApp Web.
WhatsApp on tablets: what changes
In the latest beta app the chat screen has been changed to make conversations easier to read on large screen devices, such as tablets. Now the list of chats is displayed in a column on the left of the screen, while the single selected chat with all its messages is shown on the right.
Also there contacts screen it has been modified to better adapt to tablets and, in general, to large touch screens. Contacts are now displayed in a larger grid, with larger icons and larger spaces between them.
Finally, the settings screen has also been changed to better suit tablet devices. The settings are now displayed in one column on the left of the screen, with the selected options shown on the right.
In practice, the has arrived on WhatsApp for tablets vertical split screen.
WhatsApp on tablets: when the news arrives
In general, the new interface of WhatsApp Beta for Android was designed to make theeasier and more enjoyable app for use on tablets. The new interface has been well received by users who have already had the chance to try it out, and is expected to become available to all WhatsApp users soon.
The update is still in beta, so there may still be some issues to fix. However, WhatsApp Beta developers are known to be very active in updating and improvement of the app, so any problem is likely to be resolved in a short time.
Certainly, however, now the interface for tablets is increasingly important on WhatsApp given the launch, now several months ago, of Multi-device WhatsApp which allows you to use the app simultaneously on a phone and on other devices. And the tablet, clearly, is the ideal second device.
In conclusion, the new interface of WhatsApp Beta for Android for the tablet version is a big step towards improving the experience of using the app on large screen devices. With a more modern and intuitive design, users will be able to use the app in a more effective and enjoyable way. And so just a matter of time: the new interface will come.