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How to send high quality images via WhatsApp

How to send high quality images via WhatsApp

NS The WhatsApp It is one of the most popular instant messengers in the world, with thousands of active users mainly in Brazil. While it’s an excellent app for keeping in touch with others via text and voice messages, it’s been the Achilles heel of sending pictures – media compression inevitably leads to a loss of quality.

Now, WhatsApp has released a feature for the user to choose whether to send HD quality photos, in automatic compression (the previous standard) or with data saving, which increases compression to consume less internet data when sending photos.

This is a very welcome function and you do not need to send an image as a file in the application to avoid losing quality, or resort to other applications that already have these options, such as cable.

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Keep in mind that sending high quality media files may take longer to complete the transfer and consume data packets. Prioritize the function when you are connected to a Wi-Fi network. When choosing to use mobile data, go back to automatic mode or choose to save data.

Below, check out our tutorial to learn how to send high quality images on WhatsApp via Iphone.

Download high quality images on WhatsApp

Step 1: On the iPhone, open WhatsApp. Then tap on the “Settings” tab.

When WhatsApp opens, click on the Settings tab – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

Step 2: correct me “Storage and Data” > “Media Quality”.

Among the “media quality” options – screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

Step 3: Choose “High Quality” to send images without losing resolution to friends and groups on WhatsApp.

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Click “High Quality” to send full resolution images on WhatsApp – Screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

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