WhatsApp chat transfer from iOS
WhatsApp chat transfer from iOS
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WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. You must be using WhatsApp to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. Chatting with friends on WhatsApp is very interesting and fun. It doesn’t have any feature to take the backup to your new device while you shift your Android device to iOS.

But now it is testing a new feature for Android users to migrate their chat on iOS devices. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp testing chat history migration. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

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Also, Read WhatsApp to allow chat history migration between iOS and Android

WhatsApp testing chat history migration for Android users

According to the WABetaInfo the feature tracker of WhatsApp, it is testing on a new feature that allows you to transfer your WhatsApp chats between different platforms. This feature is tested for Android users and allows users to migrate their chat history from Android to iOS. WhatsApp has already tested this feature for iOS users. Now it starts testing the same feature for Android the beta update shows.

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According to the WaBetaInfo, the WhatsApp Android beta version 2.21.9.7 update shows on the screenshot that the company is working on the process of importing chat history. There is no more information on what method the company will use to transfer the chat to cross-platform, WABetaInfo says. However, it seems that the company will use Google Drive to store the chat history for a moment to import to WhatsApp for Android.

WhatsApp earlier said using third-party apps to migrate chat history across the two platforms violates its Terms of Service. The WABetaInfo also said that WhatsApp will start developing chat history export for Android and import for iOS once it completes the export chat feature from iOS to import to Android.

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