Whatsapp Upgraded Few Capabilities In Latest Update

Whatsapp Upgraded Few Capabilities In Latest Update

Whatsapp has upgraded a few of its abilities in its latest update. Its initial roll-out of document attachments was limited to PDF only. WhatsApp users can now share almost any common file between one another such as a ZIP archive, an .XLS table, or even an .APK file etc. Shared files are limited to 100MB large on Android and up to 128MB on iOS. Whatsapp Upgraded Few Capabilities In Latest Update

WhatsApp maintained image sharing, but the app used to worsen the quality of the sent images. By updating with latest update, users can share unadulterated JPEG files. Another great news that if you send a trove of images to another party, these will get bundled together so as not to flood the message thread.

Whatsapp Upgraded Few Capabilities In Latest Update

The latest update brings a lot of interface changes like to attach just about any file you might have on your device to a message. Another interface change is regarding in-call, answering a phone call is now done by swiping up and not to the side of the screen, which will likely rustle some feathers at least in the beginning.

The update is probably progressing to your device right now, but it has not then wait for some time. It will arrive soon.

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