If you’ve ever tried to send a huge file via WhatsApp and received an error message stating that the program was unable to do so, your wait is almost over. WhatsApp is currently experimenting with a new 2GB file size limit.
Meta is working to improve the WhatsApp experience for users, and this move is the latest step in that direction.
File size limits on WhatsApp have risen from 100MB to 2GB: coming soon
In the newest WhatsApp beta for Android and iOS, WABetaInfo uncovered a new limit on the number of files you may send via WhatsApp. The new file size limit is now only available to users in Argentina, but it is expected to be rolled out globally soon.
Prior to this upgrade, the size of files you could send or receive on WhatsApp was limited to 100MB. This limit will be increased to a whopping 3 GB as a result of the new modification. As previously stated, the feature is now being tested by a small group of beta testers in Argentina.
It’s worth noting that this is an experimental function, thus WhatsApp is unlikely to roll it out widely. There is presently no schedule for this test, nor is there an official release date for the upgrade.
WhatsApp is getting a makeover in order to attract more users
This is just one of the many enhancements WhatsApp is working on to improve your experience with the app. Multi-device support is one of the long-awaited features of WhatsApp that is set to become official.
iOS users will be able to utilize the function later this month, and Android users will be able to use it in April.
What is the significance of this WhatsApp feature? For those who don’t know, you can currently use WhatsApp to chat on your PC or Mac, but if you’re on the go, you’ll want to keep your tale going on your iPhone or Android smartphone.
This feature is available in many instant messaging programs, and WhatsApp was one of the last to implement it. The functionality, however, was spotted in the most current beta, indicating that it is about to be released.
You’ll have six reaction options for WhatsApp messages once it’s official: Like, Love, Laugh, Surprised, Sad, and Thanks are just a few of the words that come to mind.