WhatsApp Dark Mode released for iPhone and Android

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    Robin C

    Facebook owned Whatsapp has finally released Dark Mode to iPhone users. After a long waiting time, iPhone users running iOS 13 in their iPhone can now experience the Dark Mode. The feature is also rolled out to Android mobile users. There is no toggle available to Enable or Disable Dark mode in WhatsApp.

    Whatsapp Dark Mode iPhone

    Simply update whatsapp to latest version from Appstore and enjoy using the all new Whatsapp Dark Mode.

    Activate WhatsApp Dark Mode:

    Go to “Appstore – Tap on your Profile picture – Swipe down to Refresh the App Updates section“.

    Update WhatsApp from the list of available app updates. Give few seconds or minutes to download whatsapp dark mode version update to your iPhone. And you are now ready to experience the all new Dark mode experience.

    WhatsApp Dark Mode Initial Impression:

    Overall, the dark mode experience looks great. Especially in OLED Display it look amazing. The True Black experience feels great to Type texts and Read the messages. Media contents like Images and Videos also look excellent in the Dark Background.

    I personally feel, that the whatsapp home screen texts highlighting the latest messages could be little more brighter. The grey color looks little bit dull and not easy to read when our screen brightness is low. Other than that, the all new WhatsApp Dark mode is rocking on my iPhone 11 Pro Max.

    Atlast, iPhone users can now save some more battery juice while using WhatsApp Messenger. It was in beta stage for quite some time and finally the wait is over. Whatsapp users across the world can now experience Dark mode in their iPhone.

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