So you're browsing through your gallery after a delightful dinner party with your colleagues, trying to pick the perfect shot to share with them on the most popular messaging app in the world, but there is a compression system waiting to turn your beautifully captured moments into pixelated disasters.
Yes, it's a pain that most WhatsApp users have experienced.
For far too long, WhatsApp has held out against several requests from us(ers) to be able to share High-Definition (HD) images with the same clarity and vibrancy as the original images, and it has been nothing short of frustrating.
But guess what? It is eventually happening: WhatsApp is about to grant y(our) visual wishes.
In Techloy's lead story this week, I covered the imminent rollout of WhatsApp's new update that will let you share crispy HD photos and how to go about sending your cherished moments when the feature eventually drops.