Twitter is getting a crispier look as the corporation recently announced that it will allow all users to tweet and view images in 4K resolution on iOS and Android.
Although the web version of Twitter already supports high-resolution images up to 4096 x 4096 resolution, the same case has not been the same for the cellular application version of Tweets which only gives a resolution of 2048 x 2048. However , the company had begun testing the 4K picture upload option and had released it as a beta edition for limited users. By today, the feature will now end up being rolling out to all users worldwide.
Time to Tweet those higher res pics –– the option to upload and see 4K images on Google android and iOS is now readily available for everyone.
To begin uploading and viewing images in 4K, update your own high-quality image preferences within “Data usage” settings. https://t.co/XDnWOji3nx
— Twitter Assistance (@TwitterSupport) Apr 21, 2021
In order to enable this new feature, head over to the ‘data usage’ area in the settings menu on your Twitter mobile app and allow both ‘high-quality images’ plus ‘high-quality image uploads’. The two options will allow you to view 4K images and tweet all those images in the same quality. Moreover, you can also choose between posting 4K images using cellular data or WiFi, or even both.