Facebook Messenger 4K update lets you share much better-looking photos

Facebook Messenger 4K update lets you share much better-looking photos

Facebook Messenger 4K update lets you share much better-looking photos

It's good to see Facebook adapting Messenger to the times.

If you've ever sent or received an image on Messenger, it was previously downgraded to 2K no matter the original resolution.

For users, the change means that Messenger is suddenly a much better platform to swap photos with your friends, since you no longer have to sacrifice resolution.

Once you have updated your app to the latest version, high-resolution photo-sharing will happen automatically since it's the new default setting.

Oh joy! Soon, Facebook will reveal what Russian propaganda you 'liked'
Adam Schiff, who is the Ranking Member of the House Intelligence Committee, called Facebook's move a "very positive step". The Internet Research Agency is a Russian company which promotes the Kremlin's interests through influence operations.

We know that every message matters to you, no matter how or what you're sharing. To use the extension, sellers open the extension tray in Messenger, select PayPal, then create a simple invoice by filling in details like item name, description, price and quantity. The first wave of users that will be able to benefit from the new feature are avid Messenger users located in the US, Canada, France, Australia, the UK, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea. More countries will be added in the coming weeks.

The agreement is moving from peer-to-peer payments to include the buying and selling of products in Facebook's marketplace. We appreciate that you continue to use Messenger to connect with the people you care about most.

The companies announced Tuesday that PayPal users can send invoices over Facebook Messenger, expanding a partnership announced last month that allowed Messenger users to link to their PayPal accounts for sending and receiving money.

Apple is also planning something similar with Apple Pay payments being made through its Messages app, but Facebook appears to have beaten the United States technology giant to a UK launch.

Related news