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WhatsApp all new update allows users share any type of files

WhatsApp all new update allows users share any type of files

Popular messaging app WhatsApp has recently upgraded its file sharing feature allowing its users to share any type of document attachments. Formerly, users were constrained to sharing only the PDF file formats.

According to a report in Engadget published recently, users can at the present share files up to 100MB size but it was supposed that the iPhone users could send vaguely larger files.

Well that’s not all; WhatsApp  now also lets its users perceive all of their pictures and videos in the in-app camera by just swiping up.

Also, one of the very ordinary grievances about WhatsApp that it generally reduces the photos has also been addressed. To overcome this, the company has determined to continue the unique quality of photos unharmed. Also, users would just require to tap and hold the text to bold, italicize or strikethrough.

The all new amazing update has been rolled out for both the Android and iOS users.

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