WhatsApp Dark Mode Feature

For the past few months, WhatsApp has been testing beta versions of the Dark Mode feature on Android and iOS smartphones. 

Although the features are not available in the stable version, it is likely to be available for a global audience soon. In 2018, WABetaInfo first tweeted that WhatsApp is working in Dark Mode, bringing much needed change to the messaging app's user interface, which has remained the same ever since its launch. Reports indicate that the symbols and captions are highlighted in green, while the background is predominantly gray. The lessons are white.

Dark theme

In October 2019, WhatsApp introduced the Dark Mode 'Blue Knight' color theme, known as the 'Dark Theme'. The WhatsApp beta update is almost complete in November 2019, and December reports show that WhatsApp is working on three options to activate Dark Mode - the original light theme, the Essential Dark theme and the battery saver set.

WhatsApp Update Version

In January 2020, WhatsApp finally released a major update on the Android beta, and it was soon made available for the iOS beta as well. To access the Dark theme, the user must update WhatsApp version 2.20.13 to Android Beta Update, and WhatsApp Update version 2.20.30 for iOS.

WhatsApp Dark Mode works on Android and iOS

WhatsApp Dark Mode is available for beta users on Android. You must register on WhatsApp's beta test page to use the version. If they already have a WhatsApp beta, they can activate Dark Mode in the following ways:

1. Open WhatsApp

2. Go to Settings Settings

3. Chat Select Chats, there is a new section called 'Theme'

4. The 'Theme' includes three options: System Default, Light and Dark.

5. ఎంచుకోండి Select Darkness

6. సిస్టమ్ You can also choose the system default if you want the app to automatically switch based on the device settings.

Updated to version

To activate Dark Mode on iOS, using WhatsApp beta should be updated to version using TestFlight. After updating the app, restart the phone and you'll see a dark WhatsApp splash screen. The color of chat bubbles for a dark UI has been changed to a white colored olive green. According to WAbetainfo's reports, WhatsApp is in the process of making Dark Mode available on the web. Dark mode in the web version is still being tested.

Here's how to get started on the WhatsApp web:

Download the latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. Follow it by downloading an extension called Stylus. Once it is downloaded, users can browse through different themes and colors. One of them is the Dark Theme. Once the theme is downloaded, you can open WhatsApp Web or reload the tab to get the WhatsApp Dark Mode.

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