How to tweet high-quality 4K photos on Android and iOS
Twitter recently updated Android and iOS apps to allow users to upload high-quality photos. So, users can upload and view images in 4K on Twitter. But you need to manually enable high-quality image upload and download if you want it on your Twitter feed. This option is available to anyone who wishes to upload and see 4K photos. The company didn’t enable it by default to limit data usage because high-quality photos will consume data in download and upload. In this article, I will tell you how to tweet high-quality photos or 4K photos on Twitter for Android and iOS.
Open the Twitter app on your Android or iOS phone. In both the apps, you see three horizontal bars icon at the top left corner. Tap on it and it will open the menu. Now tap on Settings and Privacy. In the General section, tap on Data Usage.
You will see options for high-quality photos and videos upload and downloads. For tweeting high-quality 4K photos, you need to enable High-quality image uploads. So, tap on High-quality image uploads. By default, it should be Never. You can either choose Only on Wi-Fi or On Cellular or Wi-Fi depending on your choice.
After this, you will be able to tweet high-quality photos on Twitter. Twitter will not compress your uploads.
If you also want to see high-quality photos on your feed, you can enable that options on the same Data Usage section. I hope this article was informative. We have several similar articles related to Twitter and other social media apps. So do not forget to explore more content by using menu or search.