WhatsApp Introducing new features, and now the messaging app is working on a new feature that will allow beta testers to send files up to 2GB. This new feature will be available for both Android and iOS. At present, this feature has been introduced in Argentina, and at the moment there is no information about when it will come elsewhere. We all know that social media platforms allow sharing of media files up to a certain size. Even Google-owned Gmail does not allow file attachments of more than 25MB at a time.
WhatsApp’s new file limit is a very important thing now because people are using high megapixel lenses which generate high resolution images and videos which are bigger in size.
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To send it, people usually have to reduce or edit it in-app or through a third-party app. Compressing the media file also degrades the quality and the end result looks different.
Share can be 100MB at the moment
WhatsApp currently allows media files up to 100MB to be detected through the app, but with this new update, instant-messaging app users can send files up to 2GB without any worries.
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WhatsApp tracker, WABetaInfo, says that this new feature is only available to some beta testers in Argentina and may change in the eventual rollout, or WhatsApp may just keep the current 100MB limit and skip the idea of 2GB files. could.
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