WhatsApp has announced that it will allow users to send files up to 2GB in size! Previously, users could only send a maximum of 100MB, but now it has
Rated as one of the best chatting platform (if not the best) with over 2 billion users, and download exceeding 5 billion on Google play store.

WhatsApp has finally break its file sending size, allowing users to send up to 2GB file, instead of the previous 100MB limit.

WhatsApp made the announcement stating that the move will help collaboration between small businesses and school groups.

However, WiFi is generally recommended for larger files, and a counter will be displayed when uploading or downloading, letting the user know how long the transfer will take.

The feature is now gradually rolling out to WhatsApp users. Meanwhile, keep in touch with AndroBliz while we keep you updated.


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