There is no doubt that WhatsApp It is the most widely used instant messaging application in the world by the number of active users it registers. Despite this, it has been shown on more than one occasion that the loyalty of subscribers to these services is volatile and, at various times, direct competitors such as Telegram benefit from this phenomenon.
In that sense, the app has no choice but to frequently renew its features, a path in which the adoption of functions or options already popularized by its rivals has been constant.
Now the app owned by Goal just announced a test function which would be very well received by most netizens.
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WhatsApp has reported that it is already testing the possibility of send files up to 2GB from your servicea truly considerable increase if one takes into account that the current limit is 100 MB.
The size cap has grown over time, but until now it had been far from what is assumed to be acceptable on Telegram, which is precisely 2 GB.
With a statement, WhatsApp assured that, for now, the function is in beta phase exclusively in Argentina and, despite the fact that there are no details about the possibilities of expansion to other markets, the probability of this happening is high.
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Additionally, the company has explained the decision: “Many times, communication includes the sending of important files and documents, whether it is a small business that needs to send its suppliers 100-page contracts or a teacher who wants to share a ZIP file with study materials for your students. Now it will be possible to do so without compromising the quality of the file.”