Finally, Whatsapp now lets you share any file type to your contacts



Whatsapp has finally upgrade few of it capabilities in its latest update. The most recent update now enables users to share any file type, while its underlying take off of archive connections a year ago was restricted to PDFs. This implies you're never again constrained to things like photographs, recordings, PDFs, and Word archives. Shared documents are restricted to 100MB as indicated by WhatsApp's site, however, there are reports that iPhone clients can send somewhat bigger files.

WhatsApp will likewise quit compacting photographs, enabling your unique quality to stay in place. What's more, to effectively intense, stress or strikethrough your content, you'll simply need to tap and hold the content to select it. The Update, WhatsApp variant 2.17.254, additionally enhances the way packaged photographs are seen. As opposed to seeing a section of dozen pictures in a discussion, when different pictures are sent immediately, these are currently compacted into a more sensible thumbnail display. This can be tapped to view the full-size version of the pics.

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WhatsApp has likewise presented a couple of other minor visual changes to the application, however, it hasn't adjusted the route in which documents are sent — this is still achieved utilizing the Attach (paperclip) button.



The new update is rolling out for Android and iOS now., so in the event that you don't have the most recent update as of now, you should see it fly up on your gadget in the coming days. Tell us what you think about WhatsApp's most recent moves in the comment section below.

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