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Check Twitter rolls out support to upload 4K images for Android and iOS users: Here’s how to do it

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Social networking tech giant Twitter has rolled out the support to add high-resolution images for both Android and iOS users.

Starting today, all smartphone users will be able to upload and view 4K images on the Twitter app on both iPhones and Android phones.

To recall, the feature was in testing mode since last month and has now been rolled out widely.

The company has not specified if support for adding 4K images to Twitter will be publicly rolled out as part of a new app update or it will be part of a server-side update. Nevertheless, these are steps you need to follow in order to make use of this new feature:

1.

Open the Twitter mobile app

2.

Tap on the hamburger menu icon in the top-left corner

3.

Tap on Settings and privacy

4.

Tap on Data Usage from the ‘General’ section

5.

Head to high-quality images uploads that show ‘up to 4K’

6.

Select your network preference for the same.

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