You may be unaware of an excellent image quality option available in Twitter’s app. When enabled, it allows you to upload images in 4K resolution, providing you with the highest image quality to grace the timeline.
Twitter first announced this feature in March, and it was made available to all users of the Twitter app in April. Here’s how to enable it so you can upload in the best possible quality from the mobile app.
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Oh, and here’s a fun fact: if we treat the resolution of these images in the same way that TV manufacturers would, it’s double 4K, because Twitter allows you to upload in 4096 x 4096 pixels. A 4K TV has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. uploads
- Launch the Twitter app.
- Slide the left menu out and select Settings and privacy.
- Select Data Usage.
- Select High-quality image uploads.
- Choose whether you want to always upload in high quality on Wi-Fi only, Cellular and Wi-Fi together, or never. This allows you to upload images in 4K resolution.
While you’re in that menu, you should probably select High-quality images to display as well; otherwise, you’ll be uploading in 4K but Twitter will resize things for you when you go to view your tweets.