How can I send voice message from Telegram to WhatsApp?

With the popularity of messaging apps like Telegram and WhatsApp, users often want to share messages between the platforms. While Telegram and WhatsApp don’t allow direct messaging between the apps, there are several ways to send voice messages from Telegram to WhatsApp.

This guide will provide an overview of the methods for transferring voice messages between the two platforms. We’ll cover options like using a computer, third-party apps, cloud storage, and manual recording and transfer. With the right technique, Telegram users can successfully send audio clips to friends on WhatsApp.

Telegram and WhatsApp Features

Both Telegram and WhatsApp offer voice messaging capabilities that allow users to send short audio recordings to contacts instead of typing out a text message. On Telegram, voice messages can be up to 2 minutes long, while WhatsApp allows voice messages up to 1 minute in length.

To send a voice message on Telegram, users tap and hold the microphone icon while recording their message, then release to send. On WhatsApp, users tap and hold the microphone icon to record a message, then slide up to send it. Read receipts allow senders to see when recipients have listened to the message.

One key difference is that WhatsApp sets voice messages to automatically play sequentially in the order they were received, while Telegram allows users to listen to voice messages in any order. Additionally, Telegram allows users to preview voice messages before sending them.

Direct Sharing Options

Unfortunately, Telegram and WhatsApp do not allow users to directly share voice messages between the two platforms. The apps are siloed, meaning there is no built-in way to seamlessly transfer content from one service to the other.

While you can forward messages to individual contacts within Telegram or WhatsApp, there is no option to forward messages across apps. This is by design, as each messaging platform wants to keep users within their own ecosystem.

Some users wish Telegram and WhatsApp would enable official integration or sharing between the platforms. However, for now, voice messages and other content cannot be directly shared between the two services.

Using a Computer

If you use Telegram and WhatsApp on your desktop computer, you can more easily transfer voice messages between the two platforms. Here are the steps:

First, download the desktop apps for Telegram and WhatsApp if you don’t already have them installed. Once you have both apps, open Telegram and record a new voice message that you want to send to WhatsApp.

On Telegram desktop, right-click on the voice message and select “Save file as” to download it to your computer. Take note of where you saved the file. Next, open WhatsApp desktop and select the paperclip icon to attach a file. Find and select the voice message file you downloaded from Telegram. This will now let you send it as a voice message attachment in WhatsApp.

This process allows you to seamlessly transfer voice messages between the two platforms using your desktop apps. Just be sure to download and save the voice message file from Telegram before attaching it in WhatsApp.

Using Third-Party Apps

One of the easiest ways to send voice messages from Telegram to WhatsApp is by using third-party apps. Apps like ShareDropperz and WAMR allow you to transfer files and media between various messaging platforms.

These apps work by linking your Telegram and WhatsApp accounts. Once connected, you can select voice messages in Telegram and transfer them directly to WhatsApp.

The main benefit of using a third-party app is convenience. With just a few taps, you can move voice messages between the two platforms. The apps handle the transfer process so you don’t have to save files locally or manually move them.

Just keep in mind that sharing data with third-party apps can raise potential privacy and security concerns. Make sure to only use reputable apps and review their security practices before linking accounts.

Exporting and Emailing

One way to transfer a voice message from Telegram to another app like WhatsApp is by exporting and emailing the audio file. Here are the steps:

First, open Telegram and go to the chat with the voice message you want to export. Press and hold on the voice message bubble until a menu pops up. Choose the “Select” option.

This will select the voice message. Then look for the forward arrow icon in the top right and tap it. Choose “Export Audio” from the menu. Telegram will now export the voice message as an audio file like an MP3 to your device’s downloads folder.

Now you can attach this audio file to an email. Open your email app and start a new message. Attach the Telegram audio file exported earlier. Enter your own phone number or email as the recipient, since you want to transfer this file to yourself.

Send the email with the Telegram audio file attached. Open the email on your other device and save the attachment. Now you have the Telegram voice message exported as an audio file ready to be shared on WhatsApp or another app.

Just open WhatsApp, go to the chat you want to send it to, tap Attach > Audio and select the Telegram voice message file. This will allow you to transfer the voice message without any loss in quality.

Recording Your Message

One option to record a voice message for WhatsApp without having to actually send it directly within the app is to use another device to record your message.

You can use a different phone, computer, or recording device to record your voice message, then transfer the file to your phone. This allows you to record a high quality audio file, listen to it and edit it before sending to WhatsApp.

To record on another device:

  • Use a recording app, voice memo, or other audio software to record your message.
  • Make sure the recording is an audio format compatible with WhatsApp such as MP3 or M4A.
  • Transfer the file to your phone either via email, cloud storage, AirDrop or using a cable.
  • Open WhatsApp and attach the audio file like any other file attachment.
  • Send to an individual or group. They will receive it as a voice message.

This technique gives you more flexibility and control when creating WhatsApp voice messages. You can record high quality audio, re-record parts, and listen to ensure it sounds good before sending to your contacts.

Manual Transfer

One way to transfer voice messages from Telegram to WhatsApp is by using manual file transfer methods like Bluetooth, WiFi Direct or a flash drive. This allows you to move the audio file itself between devices and apps.

To transfer via Bluetooth on Android, open Telegram and go to the voice message you want to send. Tap the three dots at the top right and choose Export. This saves the file to your device storage. Go to your device Bluetooth settings, pair with the target device and send the audio file. On the receiving device, open WhatsApp and attach the file to a chat.

For WiFi Direct, open the connection on both devices and send files from one to the other wirelessly. With a flash drive, export the Telegram audio and copy it over, then plug into the target device and upload to WhatsApp.

While manual transfer takes more steps, it provides a way to move voice messages without relying on external services. Just ensure both devices have sharing and connectivity options enabled.

Cloud Storage Transfer

Another way to transfer voice messages between Telegram and WhatsApp is by using cloud storage services like Google Drive, Dropbox, or iCloud. Here are the steps to transfer a voice message using cloud storage:

1. Open Telegram and go to the chat containing the voice message you want to transfer. Tap and hold the voice message to save it to your device.1

2. Next, upload the saved voice message to a cloud storage service like Google Drive or Dropbox.

3. Open the cloud storage app on your phone and download the voice message.

4. Now open WhatsApp, go to the chat you want to send the message to, and attach the downloaded file.

5. The voice message will now be sent as an attachment on WhatsApp.

This allows you to easily transfer longer voice messages between the two apps. Just remember to delete the message from cloud storage when you’re done.


In summary, there are a few different options for sharing voice messages between Telegram and WhatsApp:

  • Use a computer to transfer files between the desktop apps
  • Install a third party app like WAMR that supports transferring between the two platforms
  • Export the voice message and email it as an attachment
  • Record a new message and manually play it into the other app
  • Upload the file to cloud storage like Google Drive and download it on the other device
  • While there is no direct way to send a voice message back and forth, with a bit of effort you can transfer audio files between Telegram and WhatsApp through exporting, manual recording, or using a third party tool. Choose the option that best fits your needs and devices.

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