Important update was made in WhatsApp

Important update was made in WhatsApp

Posted on Feb 7, 2020

WhatsApp introduced the Dark Mode feature last month to the Android Beta version, which is promised in 2018, and users are eagerly waiting for it.

And now another update to the WhatsApp regarding the Dark Mode has been added to the Dark Soldier wallpapers, which is now available to all users.

This was reported in a report by WABetaInfo, the site tracking updates in the WhatsApp.

With this update, users will be able to use 6 new dark colours as wallpapers in chat wallpapers.

This new feature will help to improve the Dark mode because if the light colours wallpaper with the Dark mode is inaccessible, the screen light remains brighter and the Dark theme is of no use.

Whatsapp chats will look even better in dark mode with darker wallpapers.

By the way, this feature is still available to all users, but it does not have the new 6 dark colours.


Photo courtesy wabetainfo
For example, for WhatsApp wallpapers new colour options, you can select the colour of your wallpaper or use the image of your choice by going to Settings in Chat and there chat wallpaper and then in Soldiers.

As mentioned above the Dark Mode setting is available in the beta version of Android.

This feature will allow users to select Light or Dark theme, while the system default theme may also be possible if using a phone with Android 9 or later operating system.

This option allows users using the beta version to go to settings and see chats and themes there.

Android users will need the new beta version of WhatsApp (2.20.13) to use this option and this is possible only if you have signed up as a beta tester (at this time WhatsApp requires more beta testers.)

Dark Mode is a feature that WhatsApp-owned company Facebook promised in 2018 and has been working on ever since.

Right now the Dark theme in BetaVision is not completely black, but it will be in dark grey.

Dark mode has previously been introduced in a number of applications including YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Messenger, but this option has not yet been introduced in the main Facebook app.


Mian Tajamul

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