USA: Are you one of the users who refrains from sending photos on WhatsApp because the quality is compromised? Now, you may not experience this problem in the future. The application, owned by Meta, is working to make it possible to share images in their original quality, according to WABetaInfo. But this feature is still in the works and will be available eventually.
Currently, WhatsApp compresses each image before sharing it, which reduces the quality of the image. It’s easy to share images on WhatsApp and they are delivered quickly, but the poor image quality is a big disappointment. Users are frequently forced to switch to other apps because of this, but luckily, things may get better soon.
Users will now have more discretion when sharing photos. The image preview section will include a feature that will allow you to submit photos in their original quality. Along with the crop and zoom options, a new option called “photo quality” will be available in the drawing editor section, allowing users to customize the quality of the image before sending it.
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Currently in development, the ability to send photos in their original quality should be available in a future update. It is a component of the Android 220.127.116.11 beta update.
With the release of the 18.104.22.168 update, WhatsApp recently gave Android beta users the option to post a voice status. Additionally, the app started rolling out two shortcuts for blocking contacts as part of the Android 22.214.171.124 beta update. Now there are more places where users can be blocked. You can block unknown senders directly from the chat list or notification panel.
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The iOS version of WhatsApp recently received a stable update, bringing it to version 23.1.75. Users will be able to drag and drop files from other apps into their WhatsApp chats as part of the update.
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