Last month, the microblogging app began testing support for 4K images for its iOS and Android versions. But now, Twitter is rolling out support for users to upload 4K images on iOS and Android.
Previously, the social network app approved a maximum resolution of 2048 x 2048 for images uploaded from its mobile version.
Now the users can upload and view 4K images on their iOS and Android Twitter apps timeline. The web client of Twitter already supports 4K images in tweets. The microblogging company is succeeds in making the availability of features possible for all iOS and Android users.
Here we discuss how users can get this latest feature. For this, users have to go app’s settings by following these simple steps:
- Go to the Twitter app on iOS or Android
- Click on the hamburger menu to get access to the app’s settings
- Choose “Data usage” under general from the settings menu
- Under images, turn on high-quality image uploads and high-quality images
- Select mobile data &Wi-Fi or just Wi-Fi
Users will start seeing 4K images on their timeline after they enabled the feature. They will become able to post 4k photos. You must keep a check on your data because high-quality images consume more data. Moreover, if you are running low on data, you can switch data saver on from the settings menu.
Also, the company is working on testing full-view images on iOS and Android. Currently, the app showing cropped photos on its mobile versions, and you need to tap on them to view the full images. Twitter is testing to display photos in full view and not in half. The tweeted photos will look the same as in the tweet composers. We hope Twitter’s full view photos feature will be available soon.