Whatsapp launches dark mode on Apple and Android devices

The popular messaging app, by finally unveils a dark mode on (iPhones, iPads) and devices.

Whatsapp Finally Releases Dark Mode On Apple And Android Devices
Whatsapp Finally Releases Dark Mode On Apple And Android Devices

WhatsApp is about to get easier on the eyes. The Facebook-owned messaging service launched on Tuesday a much-requested dark mode for and Android devices worldwide, and it’s highlighting the update with Paul Simon.

The dark mode is meant to reduce eye strain in low-light environments, and WhatsApp marked the feature’s arrival with a video showing people getting surprised by super-bright, non-dark mode screens. The video is set to a previously unreleased Simon-only version of 1965 classic The Sound of Silence.

If you have iOS 13 or Android 10, you can enable WhatsApp’s dark mode in system settings. People using Android 9 or lower can find it in the app’s settings, by going to chats, then theme.

In 2018, Google noted that dark mode can reduce apps’ battery consumption on devices with OLED displays.



You might also like
Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More