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Whatsapp Is Testing Sharing Files As Large As 2GB On IOS, Android Beta


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• On Android, the update is available for beta versions and higher, with iOS version noted as compatible.
• Users may or may not be able to use the feature.


WhatsApp is apparently developing a feature that allows users to share media files up to 2GB to a select group of beta users. According to a source, the ability to transfer a large media file is being tested on both iOS and Android versions of WhatsApp. Users can currently only send files up to 100MB in size.

The announcement comes only days after WhatsApp for Android beta users were granted the ability to pause and resume voice message recordings. According to WABetainfo, a website that tracks WhatsApp-related upgrades before they are released to the general public, a few beta users of WhatsApp for Android and WhatsApp for iOS in Argentina are now able to transfer media files up to 2GB in size.

WhatsApp beta versions,, and for Android and beta version for iOS are also tagged as compatible updates, according to the study. Because this is a test, the Meta-owned instant messaging app is unlikely to make the feature available to users right now.

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If WhatsApp decides to make it available to all of its users, it might become an indispensable tool. With the ever-improving camera resolutions of today’s smartphones, media files are becoming increasingly large, making it more difficult for users to distribute them across people and platforms.

Users will no longer need to rely on other platforms or apps to share huge files using WhatsApp in this manner. It’s unclear whether WhatsApp users will be able to exchange photographs in their original resolution.

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Whatsapp Is Testing Sharing Files As Large As 2GB On IOS, Android Beta

WhatsApp compresses media files when they are sent through the app, forcing users to transfer photographs as documents in order to keep the original quality of the material.

According to reports, the instant messaging network has been experimenting with presenting previews for media assets transmitted as documents.

For beta testers, WhatsApp for Android now has the ability to pause and resume recording voice messages. Originally, the feature was only available on iOS.

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WhatsApp is also exploring and trialling a number of new features as part of its effort to expand its feature set. Multidevice functionality, which was given out to all customers last week, is the most recent major enhancement. Other planned WhatsApp features that are currently being tested include:

Reactions To Messages:

You’ll soon be able to respond to messages on WhatsApp with photographs, just like you do on Facebook and Instagram. Up to six emojis will be accessible to react with, and this functionality will be available in both group and individual chats.

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You can’t hide your ‘last seen’ from individual contacts at the present; it can only be activated or disabled for all of your contacts.WhatsApp may soon allow you to disable your ‘last seen’ only for select contacts, allowing you to choose whether or not you want people to know when you were last active on the app.

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