Twitter Update adds high-resolution images for Android & iOS

Twitter is trying to make the program more worthy than earlier. Undoubtedly, its opponents, Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat, have become all favorite, grateful to the different features they keep on running out. At this moment, Twitter is working to make its application more valuable and has started a much-promised characteristic in the newest update. A month back, the social media giant Twitter had declared testing a characteristic that will provide both iOS and Android users to upload high-resolution pictures.

Earlier, this feature was made ready to selected users as a part of a test plan that the organization itself chose. This characteristic provided them to upload high-class 4K pictures from WiFi or phone data. It shows that the testing phase has enormously succeeded, as Twitter has stated the launch of this feature for all.

Twitter caught around a month to check the feedback and usage of this feature and declared that it would be rolling out to all in the coming days. To enjoy using this feature, you must arrange your data usage preferences not to drain all your MBs if you have some expensive data plan.

Usually, the features initially originate for Android, and after its victory, iOS users are the second ones to get it. However, this time the organization has launched it for both. To enjoy this feature, you can or wait for Twitter to roll out this feature on your phone, or if you are in a hurry to get this characteristic, you need to update the app via the Application Store or Google Play Store.

You will soon be getting this decision is Data usage setting which means that now you can upload images at a resolution up to 4096×4096 on Twitter’s mobile application. This innovation does not roll out for desktop users.

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