WhatsApp for iOS will be able to transfer their chat history from an Android smartphone to an iPhone soon. As of now, there is no way to migrate Android WhatsApp chats to iPhone but the instant messaging app will be making this possible as it is currently working on developing the ability. According to the report, the forthcoming upgrade will allow you to move your chat history from Android to iOS.
A fresh report by WABetaInfo mentions the possibility to transfer conversation history from an Android smartphone. As of now users can only migrate their chats from iPhone to iPhone and they can’t move their chat history from an Android device. Your conversation history may already be transferred from iOS to Samsung devices. Your conversation history may already be transferred from iOS to Samsung devices.
WhatsApp has now released a new update via the TestFlight beta programme, bringing the current version to 22.2.74. WhatsApp’s version number is 22.214.171.124, which can be found in the Settings menu. The insider posted an image of WhatsApp requesting users for permission to import chat history. The ability to migrate your conversation history from iOS to Pixel phones has already been enabled by WhatsApp and Google. At a later point, Android 12 smartphones will be able to get the conversation history from iOS.
“In the WhatsApp beta for Android 126.96.36.199 update, we have already spotted the ability to move your chat history from Android to iOS, available in a future update, but there was no news on iOS. Today, the new WhatsApp beta for iOS 22.2.74 offers more important details: the ability to import your chat history from Android,” the report noted.
Head of WhatsApp Will Cathcart last year announced via Twitter that your conversation history may be transferred from Android to iOS as well.
Sadly the feature to move your chat history from Android to iOS is under development. Also, Beta testers have not yet been given access to the new experience. As a result, it may take some time for it to become a reality for end consumers. As a result, consumers may have to wait a while for it to become a reality.
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