Do you ever have to send any files to your friends or office colleagues instantly, but did not have an e-mail address? At that time you would have felt that if you could send that file to Whatsapp, how good it would be!
Okay, now you can …
Whatsapp has come up with an update that allows you to share all kinds of files and documents.
Until now, you could only send media files, .vcf contacts, PDF files and location details on Whatsapp.
But with new updates to Whatsapp you can now send any kind of file including mp3, .avi, .php, zip and even Android installer file (APK).
WhatsAppAppe launched this feature last month for Android Beta users, and after successfully testing, the latest version for iOS and Android has been released to all Whatsapp users for this feature.
You can send any file type on the Whatsapp, but with the file size limit.
Android users can send files up to 100 MB.
IOS users can send files up to 128 MB.
While Whatsapp-web users can only send up to 64 MB.
For this you have to update Whatsapp. Then select the document in the Attach in your chat screen.
Here you can select any format file and send it.
Along with this new version also includes some other features. In it, you can swipe up in the in-camera and watch your gallery videos and images. Here you can select more than one image and send it in one go.
When you send five or more photos, they appear as galleries. All these photos from this feature will appear instead of one under one’s album. The first image in it will appear as a thumbnail photo.
Whatsapp is continually updating your app so that extraordinary experience can be provided for more than one billion users by keeping security in mind.