If the tablet runs Windows, and meets the system requirements, Maple should work fine on it.
Unfortunately, Maple is not supported on Chromebooks since one cannot install any programs on the machine itself (other than Chrome apps).
Typically, Chromebooks only come with 16 GB of disk space (mostly used by the OS), and they are designed to be online-only notebooks with no local applications. This means that there is no possible way to install Maple, even in a virtual machine.
Similarly, the operating system that iPads use is not compatible with software such as Maple.