WhatsApp Dark mode is now being introduced

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Follow these simple steps to get your hands on the long-awaited WhatsApp Dark mode.

WhatsApp Dark mode is now being introduced
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After Messenger and Instagram, Facebook has prepared for the introduction of dark mode in WhatsApp. Currently this only works for Android users if you download the latest beta version of WhatsApp for Android. If you're considering taking the brave leap into the world of WhatsApp beta versions for Android to experience Dark Mode in front of the rest of us, here's an overview to help you activate the darker theme. What you need is the WhatsApp for Android beta version 2.20.13, since the "Dark mode" option is currently only available for this version.

To get to the dark mode settings, you need to go to WhatsApp Settings -> Chats. The display settings, which contain subjects and background image, are displayed here. Select Theme to choose between light, dark, and battery saver. If the latest Android Q is running on your Android phone, the WhatsApp dark mode function will be activated if you have activated the dark mode system-wide on the phone. This is the system default. If you select the "Save battery" option, Android phones with Android 9 and lower versions of the operating system will automatically switch between the light and dark themes, as specified in the battery saving settings for Android on your phone. It appears that when dark mode is activated, the chat windows take on a dark background, with the chat bubbles being a dark green color.

For the rest of us, we still don't know when Facebook intends to introduce WhatsApp Dark Mode for all Android users and indeed WhatsApp for iPhone. Sure, the testing process is progressing well, although there may still be bugs that need to be ironed out before they become part of the larger version.

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| Edited by: Chhavianshika Singh