Worldwide most WhatsApp for chatting (WhatsApp) is used. Apart from this, the app is also used for file sharing. But, if you want to share large size files with anyone, then you do not get this facility on this app. In such a situation, users resort to sending files through cloud storage apps or just send them to Telegram. (Telegram) We do. To solve this feature, WhatsApp is soon bringing a new solution. WABetaInfo As per reports, WhatsApp is working on the facility to send files up to 2GB. This feature is already present on Telegram. However, this new feature is currently being offered only for iPhone users.
The latest WhatsApp for iOS beta version 220.127.116.11 reportedly offers support for iOS 15. But it was also seen that the Meta-owned app is also testing the ability to transfer files up to 2GB on iOS. Currently, users can only send media files up to 100MB, due to which users have to face a lot of trouble.
You will be able to share files up to 2GB on WhatsApp
According to the report, WhatsApp is currently doing a small test of this feature in Argentina. Screenshots shared in the report show that WhatsApp alerts users that the iPhone app can “send documents up to 2GB”. However, it is not clear when WhatsApp will roll out this feature and when it will be introduced for Android users other than iPhone. WhatsApp’s feature of sending large files will especially help those who have used other apps to do so till now.
Also, this could be bad news for Telegram, which, despite being a strong competitor, still doesn’t have the same install base as WhatsApp. Privacy and 2GB file transfer are one of the most attractive features of the app for Telegram users. Telegram’s user base is likely to be breached by the implementation of WhatsApp.
WhatsApp is working on two new features
Apart from this, WhatsApp is also reportedly working on two new special features which include Multi-Device Compatibility 2.0. Allows users to access WhatsApp on another smartphone using the same account and unlock the iPad app.