Twitter users can now view and upload 4K images

Twitter 4K

Taking to its official account, Twitter announced that both iOS, as well as Android users, will now be able to view and upload 4K images when using the mobile Twitter apps.

A Twitter user can go to the Data Usage setting in the Twitter preferences and opt for high-quality images. This will enable them to view and upload images in 4K.

The social media giant has been testing higher resolution photo uploads with only a few Twitter users since Mar. The feature has now been made available to everyone.

Twitter already supports high-resolution images on the web. The confirmation comes more than a month after the original announcement, PhoneArena reported.

You might have to wait for Twitter to roll out the new option to your phone. Alternatively, you can try updating the Twitter app via Google Play Store or App Store.

Once the option appears under the Data usage settings, you will be able to view and upload images having a resolution of up to 4096 x 4096 pixels on the Twitter mobile app.

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