We have tested iMyFone iTransor for WhatsApp and the results have been optimal. We tell you our experience.
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If you’re reading this, it’s very likely that you have already faced or are currently dealing with this issue. And it’s almost certain that if you haven’t solved it yet, you’ve spent hours and hours searching for a solution to transfer your WhatsApp chats from iOS to Android. Although the application promised simplicity in this regard a long time ago, the reality is that it continues to be a headache.
And it is mainly because WhatsApp data on iOS is stored in iCloud, and there is no option to upload it to Google Drive, so the transfer is usually not straightforward, especially if there are photos, videos, or heavy files such as PDFs, spreadsheets, or other types of documents associated with your chats.
Solution to the headache of transferring chats between devices
But don’t worry, because from Universo Samsung, we are going to help you solve the problem. I am aware that there are a few free applications that promise to perform this task, but from experience, I can tell you that I have never obtained the desired results. At some point in the process, the transfer is always interrupted or there are issues.
So we have chosen to try the iMyFone iTransor for WhatsApp application, which has given us optimal and fast results. It is not a free application, and it has a cost, so it may not be for everyone’s budget; however, the price is moderate and affordable for most users. Fortunately, if you need something very basic and only want to transfer the chats and not the files, it has a free option.This is how the iMyFone content transfer tool looks.
Disclaimer: Before you continue reading, let me clarify that this article is not sponsored, and we do not receive any income from iMyFone. This text is based on personal experience, and I wanted to share it with our readers.
How does iMyFone iTransor for WhatsApp work?
Unlike applications installed on the phone, this app works on Windows (compatible with both version 10 and version 11) and downloads the data to your PC before uploading it to each phone. You can also use it to create local backups.
The operation is quite simple: you download it, install it, connect the iOS phone, and you just have to wait for it to save your data and then upload it to the new Android device or vice versa. It really only has three buttons that do exactly what you would expect this app to do.
If you want to try the tool, which I highly recommend, start with the free version; you can do it from this link. One of the advantages I have seen is that it does not upload your data to any cloud; it saves it on your own PC, so if you are concerned about privacy, it might be a good alternative.