WhatsApp is a globally popular messaging application with many useful features, but have you ever had difficulty saving videos from WhatsApp to iPhone? The following article will share with you the easiest steps to download videos from WhatsApp to iPhone automatically or manually.
Method 1 of 3: download videos from WhatsApp to iPhone by Manual Saving
Launch WhatsApp. On your home screen, it’s the green icon with the white phone receiver.
You can manually look through and save particular shared movies and photographs using this technique.
Choose the exchange that includes the video. Look for the phrase “video” and a gray video camera icon under the contact’s name.
On the video, tap and hold your finger. Once a menu appears, you can release your finger from the button.
Click Save. Near the bottom of the menu, it is adjacent to a download icon (a box with an arrow pointing down).
Once you’ve saved the movies and pictures from WhatsApp, you may access them in your camera roll.
Method 2 of 3: Activate Save to Camera Roll to Save Videos Automatically.
Launch WhatsApp On your home screen, it’s the green icon with the white phone receiver.
Select Settings. The screen’s bottom right corner contains the gear symbol.
Click on Chats. It’s in the third group of menu choices, next to the WhatsApp icon, which is a green square with a white phone receiver inside of it.
Toggle “Save to Camera Roll” on by tapping the switch next to it (see Iphoneswitchonicon1.png). If the toggle is turned on, it should be green and pointing to the right.
All incoming pictures and videos will be automatically saved to your phone’s camera roll if you enable this setting. The films and pictures you got before turning this on won’t all be automatically preserved.
Method 3 of 3: Troubleshooting Photos Not Saving
Launch Settings. You might need to provide WhatsApp access to your photographs if your photos aren’t saving. On your Home screen, click the Settings gear icon to get started.
If “Save to Camera Roll” is enabled but the material from WhatsApp is still not saved to Photos, you should do this. It’s possible that WhatsApp won’t be able to save your media if the appropriate permissions aren’t chosen.
Click Privacy. It’s in the fourth group of menu items, next to a blue hand.
Select Photos. Next to the Photos icon is this (a multicolored pinwheel).
Select WhatsApp. It can be found alphabetically in the list of applications that require or are granted access to photos.
Choose All Pictures. While Selected Photos limits which media is saved to your Photos app, this setting permits WhatsApp to save all of your media to the app.
Reopen WhatsApp after closing it. You should be able to restart WhatsApp after closing it and check to see if you can save movies to your Photos app.