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WhatsApp's latest innovation will transform the way you send photos to your friends
Whether it's after a beautiful wedding or a boozy night out, there are often times when you want to send photos to your friends via WhatsApp. WhatsApp is testing the ability to send high-resolution photos on the platform, according to WABetaInfo. WABetaInfo explained:
"This feature definitely improves the user experience when sending images and is rolling out to some beta testers!"
WABetaInfo discovered the new feature in the latest beta versions of WhatsApp for iOS and Android iOS 184.108.40.206 and Android 220.127.116.11, respectively. By default, WhatsApp currently reduces the quality of photos you send by 70 percent. While this provides faster data sharing, it can be incredibly frustrating, especially if you plan to share photos on other platforms, such as Instagram.
However, WhatsApp beta versions have a new option to adjust the photo quality when sharing photos with your friends. WABetaInfo shared a screenshot of the feature and said:
"As you can see in this screenshot, it is possible to choose a better quality when sending photos, and the option only appears when you choose a large size photo."
By default, photos will still be sent in 'Standard Quality', but users will also be able to select a new HD option. WABetaInfo explains:
"Note that this does not mean that you can send photos in their original quality, because this option preserves the dimensions of the image, but slight compression is still applied to the image."
When a photo is sent as HD, it will be marked as a high quality photo via a new tag in the message bubble. As it stands, the new feature is limited to photos and videos will still be compressed before being sent. While it is yet to be rolled out to all WhatsApp users, the news is likely to please many fans, who regularly complain about the quality of photos on Twitter.