WhatsApp Users Can Send Files Up To 2GB After This Update

WhatsApp Being Perfect

WhatsApp is still not perfect after being perfect. It has approximately two billion users, they use this instant messaging platform to frequently communicate across the globe. Meta owned messenger has hundreds of features that make our conversations engaging and sometimes memorable. But despite being so awesome this app lacks some features that its competitors have. If some users want to share large sized files with someone using this platform then this multi-platform messaging app will not allow it. No matter which type of file you want to share like media, documents, apps etc, you cannot send over a few megabytes.

WhatsApp Being Perfect

WhatsApp’s New Update Media File Size

This instant messaging platform always looks forward to sending new updates carrying amazing features for its users. And currently, it is working on an awesome feature that will solve the problem of sending bigger sized files. With an upcoming update, users may be able to send and receive files sizes over 2GB.

As per a WABetainfo report, “WhatsApp will soon start testing the “Media File Size” feature in Argentina which will allow users to share media files up to 2GB in size. The feature will initially be limited to Beta testers in Argentina.”

Currently, the feature is under testing, and WhatsApp is currently experimenting with a “large files feature” for iPhone users in Argentina. The beta feature is rolling out as WhatsApp Beta for IOS version

WhatsApp’s New Update

Also read:

WhatsApp Multi-Device Update Is Out Of Beta Testing Now

Now React To Messages

Now React To Messages

Guys wait is over now, in the recent progress WhatsApp is finally rolling out a new feature ‘Message Reaction’. It is available to a few users but soon will be rolled out to all users. The feature is released as WhatsApp Beta v2.22.8.3. After getting this ability the conversations can become more engaging and fun. If you receive a message on WhatsApp then you can react to it by using one out of six reaction emojis. These emojis will include, like, love, laugh, surprised, sad and thanks.

Rishabh Sharma

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