WhatsApp now has the dark mode available: how to activate it

WhatsApp now has the dark mode available: how to activate it

Basic and essential WhatsApp tricks

A few days ago WhatsApp was updated offering new clues about the imminent arrival of the expected dark mode. A feature that users had been demanding for a long time and that, finally, now available in the well-known instant messenger application, though, that's not for everyone.

Since WABetaInfo has detected a dark mode in the last update of the WhatsApp beta, version 2.20.13. They also also point out that possibly previous updates could receive this function. In this way, Dark mode finally comes to WhatsApp, although this time it is only available to all Android beta users, this function in Andro4all we have been able to activate.

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The first thing that catches the attention of the screenshots we leave on these lines is that WhatsApp dark mode uses dark tones instead of going completely black. A detail that, perhaps, does not like everyone but that allows the interface of the app to be easier for the view compared to the light mode. That s, in the near future you can see a black mode, which allows, among other things, greater battery savings of the device.

How to activate WhatsApp dark mode

When dark mode is enabled, each section of WhatsApp become dark colors, as you can see in the screenshots. For example, the menu, the configuration pages, the call tab or the chat, which in this case appears with dark and green bubbles, among others. Those users who have the beta can activate the dark mode by following a few simple steps.

First, and as we have already mentioned, they should update the WhatsApp beta application to version 2.20.13. Once installed, the dark mode is available and can be accessed through Settings> Chats> Dark Theme. In that section you should only select dark theme to enjoy this new feature of WhatsApp. The popular messenger application is implementing this new feature, so it may take time to be available to everyone.