The wait is over, WhatsApp eventually brings up“Dark Mode” for its users. The Android beta app possesses Dark Mode as the latest up-gradation. Its premier for WhatsApp to made Dark Mode feature accessible to a large number of its users ahead of the sanctioned roll-out. Here are some ways of how to use Dark Mode on WhatsApp if you are an Android user.
Sign up WhatsApp beta
The Android beta users have the accessibility to Dark Mode on WhatsApp now. The beta app is now the reach of everyone. To register, sign up with the beta test page of WhatsApp. Search “WhatsApp” on your Google Play Store after joining. You will see the beta version of WhatsApp on your phone.
Just in case, You’re not able to register in the official beta program of WhatsApp. Every time you can install an APK version of the app. But it is important to make sure that APK is downloaded from an authenticated mean.
At this time you should download the new update for the app if you own WhatsApp beta or just enrolled previously. The update introduced on January 21. The amending protocol doesn’t report the appearance of Dark Mode.
Step 1: Open the latest beta version of WhatsApp on your device.
Step 2: Tap on 3 dot menu to get in the settings.
Step 3: Select “Chats”. At this point, you will see a new section “Theme.”
Step 4: Following the “Theme”, you will find three options- System default, Dark, and Light.
Step 5: Select “Dark” to make the darker theme for WhatsApp.
Step 6: If you like the app inevitably switch based on your phone settings than you can select “system default”.
Step 7: Recover the previous WhatsApp theme by picking the “Light” option.
Note: Users with Andriod Pie and below will notice an option of “Battery Saver” under the dark mode which kicks in when the battery of the phone is low.
What comes to pass after selecting Dark Mode
As anticipated, the WhatsApp switches the theme of the app into darker colors. It’s not like the dark mode on Instagram. All the headings such as Chat feed, Status, and Setting changes into darker colors.
Based on early usage, the dark mode doesn’t replace the wallpaper if you installed a custom one previously. Further, if you possess enabled Dark Mode, WhatsApp will come up in the normal way on the web.