Our authentic sources have confirmed that WhatsApp is testing a feature that will allow the transfer of chats between iPhone and Android. So, the new Beta Version of the App would enable you to migrate your WhatsApp chats between iPhone and Android devices. WhatsApp has been around for quite some time but the messaging platform turns into a huge pain if you plan to move from an iPhone to an Android device or the other way around. However, you can use unauthentic methods to move your chats across, but it might cause some issues such as loss of images, videos, or maybe some chat threads. Point to be noted that WABetaInfo also said WhatsApp is currently testing a feature that allows you to use WhatsApp on multiple devices.
The source also said the ability to move your chats among iPhone, Android, or between each other will be a part of this new feature. It is still not confirmed when this feature will become available for everyone because the feature is currently available in the Beta version. However, WhatsApp does not allow you to use the service on multiple devices at once. This move is going to be massive for users who are planning to switch from iPhone to Android or vice versa. It is noteworthy that when a user tries to link a device having a different operative system to his WhatsApp account, it’s always needed to update to the latest WhatsApp update available on the App Store or TestFlight, to avoid any compatibility issue with the Android version.
Moreover, sometimes some people will need to enter your mobile device to view your conversations from WhatsApp or know who we chat with most often. Now there isn’t only the traditional method to block the application with your fingerprint, but it is also possible to restrict all your conversations with your face. WhatsApp already has a series of functions and will be available to everyone in the coming days, such as the ability to change the color and even make calls on the PC. The function to unblock WhatsApp with your face is now only available on iPhone devices. Go to Settings > Privacy, scroll down, and click the Lock Screen tool. WhatsApp will ask you if you need to lock your device with Face ID. Activate it and select the time you need WhatsApp to ask you to unblock your chats with your face.