WhatsApp has disclosed an eagerly awaited feature permitting users to at long last exchange their Conversation history among iOS and Android devices. This is an element that has been gigantically expected by users, and as of recently, on the off chance that you changed from an iPhone to an Android device or the other way around, then, at that point you either hosted to trust third-party applications, make confounded strides, or simply abandon your chat history.
Users will actually want to utilize the element to move their talk history from iPhones to Samsung telephones, new foldable smartphones from Samsung. It appears as though Samsung is trusting that this may assist with tempting users who were secured in their iPhones, however, are captivated by Samsung’s new folding phones. Nonetheless, the component will be accessible for iOS and Android and will work in two ways soon.
WhatsApp’s whole conversation history is end-to-end encrypted on the user’s own gadget, and this implies that relocating conversations including voice notes ran into errors. WhatsApp states that it worked with the world’s biggest handset creators and operating system producers to make this conceivable.
The organization said in its declaration, “WhatsApp will be introducing the ability to move your entire WhatsApp chat history including voice notes, photos, and conversations in a seamless and secure way if you choose to switch mobile operating systems. The feature means that people will be able to switch between the platforms of their choice and take their WhatsApp history with them. The feature will be available to users of both Android and iOS systems which means that people will be able to switch from both Android to iOS, and from iOS to Android. It will start to roll out on Android initially, and on Samsung’s newest Galaxy phones to start. Users will be able to take their WhatsApp history from iOS to an Android device, and will subsequently be able to do the same on iOS devices. Your WhatsApp messages belong to you. That’s why they are stored on your phone by default, and not accessible in the cloud-like many other messaging services. We’re excited for the first time to make it easy for people to securely transfer their WhatsApp history from one operating system to another. This has been one of our most requested features from users for years and we worked together with operating systems and device manufacturers to solve it.”