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New Twitter Update adds high resolution Photos for iOS & Android

Twitter has given its users the facility to tweet and view 4K photos after a long wait.

Yogita S.

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Published on 22 April 2021 8:44 AM GMT

New Twitter Update adds high resolution Photos for iOS & Android
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New Delhi: Micro-blogging site Twitter has given its users the facility to tweet and view 4K photos after a long wait. Twitter has given its information by tweeting. Support for 4K photos has now been released for both Android and iOS.

Twitter Update:

The Twitter web version already has support for sharing images with high resolution i.e. 4096x4096 pixels resolution, but for mobile the same resolution is 2048x2048 pixels.

Twitter had been testing this for a long time through uploading 4K photos from the mobile app and now it is being released to everyone.

To enable 4K photo support, you have to go to the settings of the app and then select the option of "data usage". After that you will get the option of "high-quality images", after which you will be able to upload and view 4K photos on Twitter's mobile app. It will also have the option of Wi-Fi and mobile networks.

Twitter has said that it is testing a new feature after which YouTube users will only be able to watch videos on Twitter. There will be no need to open YouTube app and do not have to come out of Twitter app.

Significantly, Twitter is now working on a new platform which will be a new avatar of TweetDeck itself. Through the new platform, users will be able to arrange all the lists and view the feeds accordingly. Twitter has not shared any specific information about the new platform, but it is expected that it will be launched by the end of this year. In an interview to The Verge, the new platform was given by Twitter's product Kayon Beykpour.

At the same time,Twitter took the new feature by tweeting and said, 'We are starting testing YouTube videos on iOS from today. Now users will be able to watch YouTube videos on their timeline. They won't have to shut down the app. '

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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