The desktop version of WhatsApp will soon support sending photographs “in their original quality.” The company was reportedly developing the same functionality for its iOS and Android apps. In addition to this, WhatsApp has started giving certain beta testers the option to share up to 100 media in a chat at once.
According to a report, WhatsApp is developing a new feature that will let users send pictures in their original resolution and quality. The ability to send photographs in their original quality will soon be available. The feature is still being worked on in the Android beta version of WhatsApp.
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As per the shared screenshot by WaBetaInfo, WhatsApp is also trying to add the same feature to the desktop version. Users will be able to send photos in their original quality, maintaining their resolution and clarity, thanks to this functionality. Compared to the existing picture compression that takes place while transferring images, this is a significant improvement. People won’t have to be concerned about their photographs losing resolution or quality when sending them.
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Despite the addition of this capability, keep in mind that you will still have control over sending photographs. The conventional compression approach, which is always the default choice and can be handy for people who desire to conserve storage space, will still be available to beta testers when this functionality is made available to them.
A future version of the app will include the feature of sending photographs at their original resolution, which is currently under development.
Additionally, WhatsApp is releasing WhatsApp beta version 184.108.40.206 for iOS, which enables some testers to instantly share up to 100 media files. In the past, the app allowed users to share about 30 media files at once.
As seen in the screenshot, in order to determine whether this function is available for your WhatsApp account, you must open the media picker and choose more than 30 media files. If you have the option to choose more than 30 media, it implies that your account has access to the function, which allows you to choose up to 100 photos and videos to better share your moments and memories.
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