WhatsApp is testing its ability to send large files

WhatsApp is testing its ability to send large files

Currently, you can send files as small as 100 MB via WhatsApp. However, this may change soon.

WhatsApp will allow you to send files up to 2 GB in size?

Recently, WhatApp has been getting more and more news that are to make users more likely to use the messenger. A lot of new features concerned voice notes, which were expanded with the additional possibility of editing, interrogating before sending and a few other functionalities. Of course, this is not only the focus of application development, because the responses to messages and the ability to transfer larger files are also tested.

Thanks to WABetaInfo, we have just learned that among the few users of the beta version of the messenger, the possibility of transferring files up to 2 GB is currently being tested, which is a really huge difference from the current limit of 100 MB. This is very good news, especially for owners of new flagships who would like to share high-resolution photos with their loved ones, and how known – these weigh theirs. With this change, you will avoid converting files that would spoil their quality.

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For now, the feature has hit select South American users with the WhatsApp beta, and for Android and iOS, respectively. We do not know when or if it will be implemented at all for everyone. It is worth remembering that even if a novelty is tested, it does not mean that it will eventually go to the stable version of the application.