WhatsApp’s upcoming feature will change media sharing, Check details

WhatsApp is reportedly working on several new features for its Android iOS users. The app may release a new feature to select beta testers that will allow them to send media files up to 2GB in size. Both the Android and iOS users will be able to get them.

According to reports, it is currently being rolled out in Argentina, but users in the other regions may get it after a while.As you already know, the various social media apps like the Gmail, Facebook and WhatsApp allows users to share media files but in a certain size limit. For example, Gmail does not allow more than 25MB of file attachments in a single session while WhatsApp allows users to send media files up to 100MB through the app.

WhatsApp’s new feature that will allow users to send media files up to 2GB in size will be helpful for many users as they can send higher resolution images and videos captured by higher megapixel lenses because they are larger in size.

Usually these images and videos gets compressed while sending them on WhatsApp. Or sometimes when the video file is longer than the size limit, users have to cut or edit them in-app or with a third-party app before sending them. This makes the quality of the video to be reduced which sometimes annoys users.

But with this new update, users can send files up to 2GB without having reduce the quality.

According to WhatsApp feature tracker WABetaInfo, this new feature is currently available only to a select group of beta testers in Argentina. The reports also says that WhatsApp may also change it before the final rollout or the app may sustain the current 100MB limit.

Meanwhile, WhatsApp recently brought the version up to 22.7.0.76, which finally brings support to iOS 15. A.

Also Read: WhatsApp beta finally brings support to iOS 15

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