This meant that you could not send any file type not supported officially to other users of WhatsApp.
While you can send any file type, Android users may send files up to a 100 Megabytes in size, and iOS users files with a size of up to 128 Megabytes.
The most recent WhatsApp update for Android and iOS enables the sending of any file type to other users of the messaging service.
One interesting application for the new file sharing option is that you can now use it to send images without having those images compressed by WhatsApp before they reach the recipient.
Send any file with WhatsAppOnce you have made sure that you run a version of WhatsApp that supports the sending of all files, you can get started right away.
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Last year, WhatsApp launched video calling and earlier this year, two-step verification was rolled out to all of its users.
WhatsApp will also stop compressing photos, allowing your original quality to remain intact.
Those were followed by Snapchat-style status updates, Siri integration and photo filters.
The new update is rolling out for Android and iOS now.
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That means you can now send Android APK installers, MP3s and whatever else you’ve got on your phone.
The latest version of WhatsApp for Android and iOS has added a handy new feature: the ability to send any sort of file to your contacts.
The new file sharing feature is rolling out with the latest versions of WhatsApp – grab ’em for Android and iOS.
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It’s always nice to see WhatsApp slowly but surely catch up to more feature-rich messaging services out there.
collected by :Joya Sofi