WhatsApp will increase the maximum file transfer size to 2GB.

New features are said to be in the works for WhatsApp’s Meta-owned encrypted messaging service. Users could soon be able to share bigger files and media with other people over the service.

According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp will soon begin testing the “Media File Size” feature in Argentina, allowing users to transmit media files up to 2GB. The feature will be available to Beta testers in Argentina for the time being.

As for the feature, Beta testers in Argentina will soon be able to use it on both their Android and iOS phones.

For those unaware, sharing files larger than 100MB is currently not possible.

WhatsApp recently started allowing people to use it on more than one device simultaneously.

The feature has been available to people who have chosen to be part of WhatsApp’s beta testing group. This is what WABetainfo says: This month, the update will be available for iOS users, and next month, it will be available for Android users.

With the new update, you won’t have to keep your main device online to use the platform.

On paired devices, it is not possible to view the current location. People can’t make broadcast lists or send messages with link previews from WhatsApp Web on other phones.