Facebook Inc (FB) Now Allows Paypal Invoices Via Messenger

Nov 24, 2017, 00:50
Facebook Inc (FB) Now Allows Paypal Invoices Via Messenger

In a corporate blogpost yesterday afternoon, PayPal announced that it would now let sellers create and send a PayPal invoice to the buyer directly within Facebook Messenger.

Facebook's Messenger app also makes it really easy to share pictures, with an in-app camera, a gallery button for easy access to photos and more, it's nearly hard to not share photos when its so easy.

An important thing to note about this new message sharing is that photos can be sent just as quickly as before, even at this new, higher resolution. The social networking giant launched payments on Messenger in 2015, and his year Facebook bolstered Messenger's P2P payments capabilities by letting app users send or receive money between groups of people. Well, Facebook has posted a series of photos highlighting this aspect. Well, there is no need of describing as you clearly see that 4K photos have way clearer and sharper detail.

To send and share photos at 4K resolution, first update your Messenger app to make sure you have the latest version. Two images of the same subjects have been captured, but only one them is captured in 4K resolution. Then open a conversation and tap the camera roll icon.

Until now, the default resolution for images sent and received on Facebook Messenger was 2K. 4K offered by Messenger is up to 4,096 x 4,096 pixels per image, which is the maximum quality most of our smartphones natively shoot in nowadays. However, it's not immediately available for everyone: the US, Canada, France, Australia, the UK, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea will be able to take advantage of 4K support initially, with other countries scheduled to added to this list within the next few weeks.