WhatsApp is fostering a way for its clients to move their chat histories from iOS to Android, as per reports. The feature could fix one the greatest disturbance with the Facebook-owned messaging service, which is that it’s not formally conceivable to transfer a backup of your messages among iPhone and Android, just between telephones running a similar operating system. Details of the being developed feature have been showing up in WhatsApp’s software since essentially April.
Screen captures shared by WABetaInfo show a new “Move chats to Android” option in WhatsApp’s iOS application. A second screenshot shows shows a screen prompting clients to keep their iPhone unlocked with WhatsApp open while the transfer is occurring. Up until now, a large portion of the proof has pointed towards an iOS to Android transfer feature, however WABetaInfo has recently announced that the contrary will likewise be possible.
WhatsApp’s new exchange device could shape part of a new “Switch to Android” iOS application a work in progress from Google, XDA Developers reports. Like the “Move to iOS” app that Apple offers to assist clients with moving Android to iOS, Switch to Android could make it simpler to move to Google’s operating system. Code in Google’s application proposes it may incorporate with WhatsApp’s unreleased transfer tool, as indicated by XDA Developers.
Information on the migration feature comes as WhatsApp is beta testing multi-device support, permitting clients to get to their discussions from various devices, without expecting to course everything through a single phone. Just as transferring chat histories between platforms, WABetaInfo has additionally announced that WhatsApp is fostering a method of moving them between various telephone numbers. It’s presently muddled when any of these features may be generally accessible.