Social media giants Twitter have launched the ability to upload 4K images from Android and iOS apps. Users will now be able to see images more clearly.
Twitter now allows you to upload and watch 4K images through the Android and iOS mobile apps. The pictures in the newsfeed will now be clearer.
The web version of the social network supported 4096 × 4096 and images, but mobile apps were limited to a maximum resolution of 2048 × 2048. The test to upload and view photos in 4K resolution through mobile apps has been completed, and Twitter is now officially rolling out this feature on android and iOS apps.
To activate the new feature, you need to go to the Data Usage section from the Settings menu in the Twitter app and enable both “high-quality images” (to view pictures in 4K) and “high-quality image uploads”.
You can also ensure that high-resolution images are both over cellular networks and Wi-Fi, or simply over Wi-Fi or completely off.