WhatsApp, the world's most popular instant messaging application, has introduced the feature of sending 2 GB of content in a single message. Earlier this month, WhatsApp introduced the feature of replying to messages via emojis, in addition to the feature of increasing the number of members in any messaging app.
Now the company has also allowed sending up to 2GB of content via SMS, a feature the company announced last month. Users around the world, including Pakistan, will now be able to easily send 2GB of video, audio, and document files via messages. If some users are still unable to send content up to 2GB via messages, they need not worry, they will soon have a new feature.
In addition, the WhatsApp administration has made sure that the quality of the content sent via messages is not affected. After allowing 2GB of content to be sent via messages, WhatsApp has now become the application that allows sending the most content. Surprisingly, even on Google's Gmail, users can send up to 25MB of content via an email, meaning Gmail users can send 1900% less content than WhatsApp.
Not only that, but users of Microsoft's Outlook email may also transmit information that is up to 20 megabytes in size. Even Instagram and Facebook do not let the transfer of content that is up to 2 gigabytes in size via messages. Only a telegraph program like WhatsApp enables the sending of 2 GB of material in a single message; however, all other applications, such as Zoom, Snapchat, Skype, Google Chat, and others, are unable to send the content of this size. LinkedIn is 2G. B does not allow data sharing.