New WhatsApp Features Can Move Chat History from iOS to Android – User WhatsApp in the future, you will be able to move the chat history from iOS to Android or vice versa. This feature is reportedly already under development.

Quoted from XDA Developers, Tuesday (6/4/2021), this information was obtained from the popular WhatsApp observer, WABetaInfo.

They claim to have found this new feature info page for the iOS version of WhatsApp. Unfortunately, this feature still doesn’t work.

There is no information on when this feature will be available. However, it can be said that this will be a popular feature for anyone looking to switch devices from Android to iOS or vice versa.

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As is known, WhatsApp does not provide a feature that can move chat history if the user wants to change the device from iOS to Android or vice versa.

If you want to change your cellphone, when you log in to the application, the chat history data will be completely empty like new.

WhatsApp illustration. [iGlobalWeb/Pixabay]

However, there are ways to move WhatsApp chat history in an unofficial way, or use a third-party application.

However, doing so is against the provisions of WhatsApp and results in user accounts being blocked.

Currently, WhatsApp has reportedly been providing a cross-device feature for the application.

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Later, users can log in to WhatsApp from several devices such as smartphones, tablets, or PCs like other messaging applications.

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However, it is not yet known when WhatsApp will bring this feature.

In the last few months, WhatsApp has implemented many features in its application. Last March, WhatsApp presented a video call feature for applications on a PC or laptop.

Illustration of using WhatsApp on a laptop. [Simon Steinberger/Pixabay]
Illustration of using WhatsApp on a laptop. [Simon Steinberger/Pixabay]

Then in December, WhatsApp brought a new wallpaper option for users to use. Then in November 2020, WhatsApp presented a disappearing messages feature.


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