Have you ever wished that you could export and save your chats?
We all have some chats which are valuable and important for us. These chats could remember beautiful memories for us, such as a birthday congratulations or good news. They could also include some information like business talks which get us in trouble in case of losing them. Indeed the information in chats are not limited just to these 2 types and could be variable by user.
Considering that, it makes sense for any user to need save some chat somewhere more private and out of the messenger.
The iGap developer team has added the feature of exporting chats to the last Android version (0.9.5) of iGap. From now on iGappers are able to export and save their chats in the format of a text file.
By the way for the users’ awareness, convenience and control on data usage, iGap has added the feature of displaying the data usage to the Android version.
What’s new on 0.9.5 version:
- Exporting chats
- Displaying the data usage
- Updating the video call library
- Fixing the share feature on Android 8 or higher
- Fixing some other bugs