The dark mode for WhatsApp has at long last landed on the iPhone. The eagerly awaited dim (UI) include has been spotted on a few beta reports on Android before advancing toward iOS.
The dark mode for WhatsApp on iOS is as of now accessible on beta, revealed MacRumors. This implies users who are a piece of the TestFlight beta testing project will have the option to gain admittance to WhatsApp dark mode on iPhone. Tragically, the TestFlight beta program has been full for a long time and interested users can’t enlist to get early access to beta highlights.
The dark mode was spotted on WhatsApp beta for iOS variant 2.20.30. Another screen shot by a Reddit user implies that dark mode might be accessible on gadgets running on iOS 9.0 and later. ‘To test this application, open TestFlight on iPhone or iPod running on iOS 9.0 or later and introduce the update’, the description note reads.
WhatsApp for Android has been getting a few beta updates that incorporate dark mode. As of late, six new strong shading foundation backdrops were spotted on WhatsApp Android beta 2.20.31. These six foundation backdrop choices incorporate dark, Dark Brown, Dark Navy, Dark Olive, Dark Purple and Dark Velvet.
Both the working frameworks have framework wide dark mode and most applications have consolidated the component through programming refreshes. WhatsApp has been trying the component for some time now and the ongoing updates indicate a steady release for all users.