Degraded image quality on Whatsapp need a fix
I guess the reason for having your pictures downgraded to an awful quality in WhatsApp is that the application compresses the file before sending it. That’s why if you have a high-resolution photo, expect that it’ll be drastically downgraded before they even get it. So, if you don’t want this to happen to your pictures, you need to use an application called CloudSend.
Visit CloudSend Android App to download. However, when using CloudSend, it will also require you to use Dropbox. So, if you don’t have it yet, download Dropbox for Android and then create your account. Once CloudSend is setup, start the application then allow it to access your Dropbox account. Don’t worry, it will not take over your Dropbox account but will only ask for permission to create an extra folder to be used for uploading and sharing of files.
Once CloudSend is granted access to your Dropbox account, go to your picture, select it, and then tap Share. When the app is finished uploading the photo, you will receive a notification that it is ready to share. Use it then to share the photo to WhatsApp. See image.