The social networking site Twitter is testing two new features for its Android and iOS users, allowing users to view the full picture on their Twitter timeline instead of half, while the other feature will also support 4k images.
The social networking site Twitter Support, a Twitter handle called Twitter Support, announced yesterday that Twitter is going to test these new features over the next few weeks, after which a full view of the images on the Twitter timeline instead of half.
Twitter users now have to tap on Twitter to see the full view of any photo, but after accessing this feature, users will be able to see the full view of the photos on the Twitter timeline.
Another feature being considered by Twitter will allow users to upload high quality photos to Twitter, while it is also said that access to this feature will be available only for Android and iOS users.
According to media reports, this feature will be provided in the data usage in the settings menu. Here the user has to select ‘High Quality Image’ and then choose between mobile data, Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi only.