How to Send Image as Document in WhatsApp

WhatsApp is the world’s one of the best messaging apps when compared to other popular apps. There is one remark on this app which will compress your high quality photos that you are going to share with your friends and families. After the compression the image becomes unusable and there is no quality present when they download and see your picture.

So WhatsApp users chose a difficult way ie., Trying to send or share their quality pictures through third party apps like Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs, Google Photos, etc.

And here is some good news for you..Because there is a simple and effective way that helps you to send your HQ pictures on WhatsApp app without any compression problems. 

Note: No need to use Third Party Apps

Use WhatsApp to Send Photos as Documents

Here we are going to learn how to WhatsApp guide for both Android and iOS users. Let’s see

On Android

Now assume in this situation that you are going to send your HQ picture to your friend using WhatsApp. Then what will you do? Simple Press and Share that Image and Select the app to share. But here is the trick before sending those images you need to do a simple change on your image extension. Here you go

  1. Open your File Manager.
  2. Select Picture that you want to share with your friends and family.
  3. Now Rename your image file as .pdf or.doc
  4. Save the Picture.

Now send this image as a document file rather than your gallery image extension because it will not get compressed. After sending this document as a WhatsApp message then you need to send another message to your friend or family. Told them to rename the file to .jpg to see this document with original quality.

On iOS

Here it is a simple process as counting 123….

  1. Take Selfie or your HQ Image.
  2. Open WhatsApp and select your contact to whom you need to share this file.
  3. Click Share and Photo will not get compressed.

Here in an iPhone there is no issue present in the WhatsApp app because it is well designed and fixed there. No need to save those images as a document file such as PDF or Doc. People facing this issue on Android smartphones not on iOS devices.

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