WhatsApp is used by millions of people every day and in addition to text, they also share images, videos and other format files with their friends or loved ones.
But in the world’s most popular messaging service, a user cannot send a media file (photo, video or audio) of more than 16 MB or send a file of documents up to 100 MB.
And because of this, most users have to resort to other services like Gmail or VTransfer to share large files with their friends.
But WhatsApp users will no longer have to turn to other services to send large files. Users will soon be able to share up to 2 GB of Meda files in the messaging app owned by Meta.
According to a report by WhatsApp update tracking site WABetainfo, the messaging app is testing the feature of sending files up to 2 GB in the beta version of iOS.
This feature is being tested in Argentina where some beta users have been asked in a pop-up notification that they can now send media files up to 2 GB. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
It is likely that this feature will take months to complete.
WhatsApp, on the other hand, is testing end-to-end indicators in the beta version of Android.
For this, a new footer will be given in the call history which will indicate that the calls of the users are end-to-end encrypted and no one can even hear them from Watts and Meta. WhatsApp will probably introduce a similar footer for chat lists and status updates.