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WhatsApp Rolls Out Update to Enable Larger Media Previews


WhatsApp now reveals bigger media previews in chats. A brand new replace improves the show of despatched media so as to see bigger picture and video previews. This characteristic started rolling out to iOS customers final month and now all customers appear to be getting it, no matter the platform they’re on. It seems to give a greater view of all of the content material shared in chats, so as to not miss essential particulars due to cropping. Bigger media previews will allow you to scroll by chats with out having to open the pictures or movies shared.

The immediate messaging app took to Twitter to announce the rollout of bigger media previews on WhatsApp. The tweet reads, “Photos and videos in WhatsApp are now even bigger, so no one will be left out of the picture! That’s the perfect reason to smile”. There’s a video connected to the tweet that reveals how despatched media now has a bigger preview than earlier than. The photograph preview appears to be a lot greater than the small, square-shaped preview that appeared on the earlier model of the app. The tweet doesn’t provide particulars on the platforms the characteristic is being rollout out for, hinting that this has been enabled throughout all platforms that WhatsApp is offered on.

WhatsApp for iOS customers started getting this feature with model 2.21.71. It must be rolling out to different platforms too, and Android customers can replace the app to the most recent model and check out to ship any media to see the modifications.

Recently, the WhatsApp-powered MyGov Corona Helpdesk chatbot for Indian customers has added a new functionality to make it simpler for folks to seek for vaccination centres of their locality. This chatbot was launched final 12 months to assist eradicate pretend information and unfold consciousness about COVID-19, and has managed to cross 1.7 crore users in simply 10 days of launch.

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Tasneem Akolawala is a Senior Reporter for Gadgets 360. Her reporting experience encompasses smartphones, wearables, apps, social media, and the general tech business. She stories out of Mumbai, and likewise writes concerning the ups and downs within the Indian telecom sector. Tasneem could be reached on Twitter at @MuteRiot, and leads, ideas, and releases could be despatched to tasneema@ndtv.com.
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