The WhatsApp Chat History Migration Tool may soon be made available to Android users for an easy iOS switch: Report

WhatsApp chat history may soon be migrated from an Android phone to an iPhone once a reference to the feature appeared online. The Facebook-owned company released the long-awaited chat migration tool last month, but it’s initially limited to iOS users. However, WhatsApp is now working on expanding the migration feature to allow Android users to … Read more

WhatsApp emoji reactions detected, chat bubble redesign also seen on iOS

WhatsApp is working on message reactions and a new screenshot shows how this can work when started. Reactions to messages or emoji reactions, as they are also known, will allow users to react to specific text in a conversation with an emoji. The screenshot suggests that users can use any emoji for reactions. The instant … Read more

How to send WhatsApp messages without typing on Android, iOS

Can WhatsApp messages be sent without typing? Yes, this is possible thanks to the advanced voice recognition support that users have on their Android phones as well as the iPhone. You may need to configure some settings before preparing WhatsApp to send you messages without typing. This feature can be useful at a time when … Read more

WhatsApp patch vulnerability in image filter function that could have led to data exposure

WhatsApp has fixed a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to read sensitive information from the app’s memory, including private messages using a specially crafted image. The vulnerability was reported to WhatsApp by cybersecurity firm Check Point Research and existed within the WhatsApp for Android and WhatsApp Business for Android image filter function, which allows … Read more

WhatsApp Test Message Reactions; It can work similarly to iMessage, Instagram, Twitter

WhatsApp has been identified by working on message reactions to allow users to express their emotions in response to the messages they receive in the app. This may be similar to how reactions are available across platforms including iMessage, Instagram and Twitter. Reactions to messages on WhatsApp may be a new step for the Facebook … Read more