One of the most used social networks in the world, Twitter has invested in a series of novelties for its users, extending access to APIs in third-party applications, providing a new voice chat method with Spaces, and even ending Periscope to focus your development efforts on Twitter Live.
Following the wave of changes, Android users have a new reason to celebrate, now that the platform is finally making it possible to view, share and send images in 4K or higher resolution to the social network. The feature had already debuted on iOS about a year ago, but only now reaches the owners of the robot system.
According to user reports, the feature is only available for beta version v8.76 or higher, allowing high-resolution images in third-party tweets to be viewed by touching the three-point menu in the upper right corner of the screen, and then ” Upload 4K “. The method is much simpler than the one seen in its debut on iOS, which required touching and holding the photo in question.
To perform the upload, it is necessary to have the option “High-quality images” properly configured for your type of internet connection within the settings menu of the app. It is not yet known when the news will reach the official update channel, but you can already try the function by downloading the latest beta APK through this link.