WhatsApp may soon allow desktop users to share images in original quality
According to reports, WhatsApp, a social messaging programme owned by Meta, is developing a new feature for its PC users. Users of WhatsApp desktop will be able to exchange images and videos in their original quality thanks to the new feature. According to a WaBetaInfo article, work is still being done on the feature.
According to the article, which includes a screenshot of the capability, users will be able to email photos in their original quality, maintaining their resolution and clarity. Users of WhatsApp will be able to transfer media without being concerned about the image quality or resolution thanks to the new functionality.
According to the source, users will still be able to share photographs using the regular compression approach when this capability is made available to beta testers. For those who want to save storage space, it will be useful. According to the study, it will always be the default choice. As previously announced, a future version to the app will include the capability to send photographs in their original resolution.
Users will be able to share voice messages on their statuses thanks to a number of new features that WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, is rolling out. The ring will be visible around profile pictures in the Chat list and other locations once it has been shared. One such innovation allows users to express their emotions to loved ones with only a tap thanks to the addition of new status reactions by the Meta-owned company.
A new camera mode is also being sent out to some users of the instant messaging service. Users will be able to quickly transition from photo mode to video mode with the new camera mode. It will be possible to record videos without using their hands by eliminating the requirement to tap and hold. Users who have the WhatsApp beta for iOS 22.214.171.124 update installed can access the feature.