WhatsApp trick: How to use Dark Mode on Facebook-owned messaging app
There is a WhatsApp trick that allows users to turn their WhatsApp into Dark mode even before the feature is released.
After a busy 2018, Facebook-owned messaging platform WhatsApp is set to make life better in 2019 as well. The instant messaging platform is reportedly working on a number of features that will be introduced over the next 12 months. These include a fingerprint unlock, media preview, sticker search and dark mode, aside from others. Among these, the Dark Mode is already creating buzz among the users as it not only help in using the app at night, but also helps to conserve phone's battery. The feature is expected to arrive on WhatsApp soon.
The feature was confirmed by WABetInfo. "WhatsApp is finally working on a Dark Mode! It’s a dream. There are many important secret references in recent updates!" it had tweeted. The platform had added that it hopes Dark Mode will be FULL OLED friendly for Android phones, iPhone X and newer!
No official date has been announced for the release of this feature. But, there is a WhatsApp trick that allows users to turn their WhatsApp into Dark mode even before the feature is released. Here is how to create a darker WhatsApp experience -
1. Open WhatsApp and select the setting tab.
2. Press chats, go to Chat Wallpaper and click on solid colours.
3. Scroll down and select any dark colour.
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4. Tap to apply the darker background to the chat screen.
5. The users can also customise the image by saving it to camera roll and selecting it from the photos option in the Chat Wallpaper section.
There are many other platforms that are already offering Dark mode. These include Youtube, Twitter and Apple's macOS 10.14 Majave. Facebook is also thought to be bringing this option to its Messenger.
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