Mar 15, 2021 App News
A major upgrade is coming to the Twitter mobile app, both on iOS and Android. While the limit of photos you could upload was in 2K resolution, now this limit is increasing to 4K. Since many of us want to share our photos in their full resolution, especially when we want to show details, this will give users a breath of fresh air. This will be possible, but you will need to enable it yourself from the app settings.
But unlike the web version, where the restriction is a 4K image at a maximum size of 5 MB, the mobile application retains the resolution. Still, it compresses the image to reduce the size of the file to be uploaded. Another change that comes is that the preview of photos is no longer mandatory in the landscape. Now in the timeline, the image will appear in its standard layout, although logically, there will be a ceiling height, e.g., for infographics. All that remains now is to come at some point and support video at a resolution higher than 720p.