WhatsApp to enable transfer of chat history between Apple iOS, Google Android
Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Wednesday announced a new feature that will allow users to take their WhatsApp chat history with them when they switch mobile operating systems.
The company said it would introduce the ability to move WhatsApp’s entire chat history – including voice notes, photos, and conversations – seamlessly and securely if users choose to switch chat systems. mobile operation.
“We are excited for the first time to enable people to easily and securely transfer their WhatsApp history from one operating system to another,” Sandeep Paruchuri, WhatsApp Product Manager, said in a statement.
“This has been one of the most requested features by users for years and we’ve worked with operating systems and device manufacturers to address it,” he added.
The feature will be available for both Android and iOS platform users, which means users will be able to switch from Android to iOS and vice versa.
The company said it will start rolling out to Android first, and Samsung’s latest Galaxy smartphones unveiled on August 11.
To begin with, users will be able to transfer their WhatsApp history from iOS to Android device and later can do the same on iOS devices.
(Only the title and image of this report may have been edited by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)