One of the big nightmares of those who migrate from Android to iOS (or vice versa) is related to WhatsApp - losing important conversation histories is something that, many times, ends up even giving up this migration.
however, according to the WABetaInfo website, complexity makes the application work in parts. And one of them will be synchronized the message history of the same account between devices on Android and iOS simultaneously. Users will be able to follow conversations held between the various operating systems without losing any information.
When available, WhatsApp must require you to be connected to a Wi-Fi network for the migration to take place, possibly due to the amount of data that will be rescued (images, videos, files and more).
WhatsApp's intention with this new service is to allow up to four devices to be able to use the same account at the same time, including a desktop version of the application. WABetaInfo tested the synchronization feature on the Desktop, however, it should also reach mobile devices.
Additionally, Whatsapp reported that it is also working on an application completely built from scratch and dedicated to the iPad. This application that can be launched only when the multi-platform's capacity is working at full capacity.
In this way, users with iPhone and Android devices are able to enjoy their conversations on the apple branded tablet for the first time. There is still no date, however, for the application to be updated with the change.