We all know that while working in a dark mode for iOS, the well-known and most used instant messaging application, of course, WhatsApp also devotes efforts to offering an alternative on Android devices. As the famous and most used instant messaging app, of course, WhatsApp has some areas that already support the new look, but the change still needs to be taken to the chat screen.

Latest WhatsApp Beta Brings Dark Mode Feature For Android

While working in a dark mode for iOS, the well-known and most used instant messaging application, of course, WhatsApp also devotes efforts to offering an alternative on Android devices.

As the well-known and most used instant messaging app, of course, WhatsApp has some areas that already support the new look, but the change still needs to be taken to the chat screen.

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The dark mode of the most used instant messaging app, WhatsApp, was found in version 2.19.82 by WABetaInfo. This well-known portal reports that the option is not available even in the beta because it is still being improved, but it has managed to get some images that indicate how the alternative will look.

So far, the settings screen and the others accessed from it are where the dark mode seems to be ready. They were renumbered in an earlier version of the messenger to become compatible with the new look.

There is still no information on when the alternative will be released to all users and how the other screens will look. However, at the last point, you can get an idea of what the most used instant messaging app, of course, WhatsApp, plans to offer based on what was developed for iOS.

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On the Apple iPhone, the conversations displayed in dark mode, in addition to the black background, will have message balloons in gray and dark green, keyboard, white letters, and blue details. The look may still change, of course, but something close to that should be made official by the application, of course, the most used instant messaging app, WhatsApp.

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Tushar Subhra Dutta
Tushar Subhra Dutta is a content writer at Tech Viral. As, he writes about Technology, Science, Gadgets, Hacking & Security, Social Media and much more.

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