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11 Apr, 2024
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Meta, formerly known as Facebook, is enhancing the photo sharing experience on its Messenger app, introducing higher quality photo sharing and new features.

Previously, Messenger allowed users to share 4K photos, but Meta has now announced the ability to share photos in even higher definition, referred to as "HD." This means that 4K photos will now be less compressed, providing better image quality. Users will have the option to enable "HD" mode for 4K sharing by tapping a dedicated button.

Additionally, Messenger is increasing the file sharing limit to 100MB, up from the previous limit of 25MB. This change will facilitate easier sharing of videos, eliminating the need to split them into smaller segments before sending.

A new album-sharing feature is also being introduced, allowing users to create shared albums of photos and videos within group chats. This feature enables collaboration among group members, who can collectively contribute to and manage the album content.

Additionally, the company has introduced QR codes and links for easier connectivity with contacts, further enhancing the Messenger experience.

These updates aim to improve the functionality and usability of Messenger, providing users with enhanced options for photo sharing and group collaboration.