WhatsApp Dark Mode to be available for all users soon: Here is what it does
Your wait for a spectacular new feature is about to end as WhatsApp is set to roll out the final version of its highly awaited Dark Mode for all users. According to app tracker WABetaInfo, the instant messaging platform could soon roll out the feature for all users soon. However, it did not mention the exact date for the roll out.
Your wait for a spectacular new feature is about to end as WhatsApp is set to roll out the final version of its highly awaited Dark Mode for all users. According to app tracker WABetaInfo, the instant messaging platform could soon roll out the feature for all users soon. However, it did not mention the exact date for the roll out. The feature was recently spotted in WhatsApp's new 2.19.282 beta version which will introduce a new section called Theme Settings. The new section is buried under Settings and will allow users to change the WhatsApp theme to different modes.
The normal theme which has been used by WhatsApp users ever since the app was first launched, has been named Light theme. The other themes to be introduced are - “System default" and "Dark Theme". System Default automatically recognises the theme of Android that has been set by the user and changes accordingly. Meanwhile, the Dark Theme is claimed to invert colours.
When you switch to the latter, the app changes to 'blue night' colours. It helps you save battery of your smartphone. The feature has been under development for a long time now and still requires some work to be done. The screenshot of the Dark Mode shared by WABetaInfo shows that the text in the app is still not optimised for the new Dark Mode.
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WhatsApp self-destructing messages
Recently, another feature was spotted on the beta version of WhatsApp. The Facebook-owned platform is set to introduce self-destructing messages that can be used for text as well as photos. This feature allows users to delete a message within few moments. The latest update lets users choose between 5 seconds, 1 hour, 1 day, 7 days, and even 30 days for these self-destructing messages.
Unlike the delete feature which is already available on the platform, Self-Destruct doesn't leave 'You deleted this message' banner behind,
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