After unveiling the dark mode for Android Beta version (220.127.116.11) app, WhatsApp, one of the world’s most popular messaging platforms, finally brings the Dark Mode feature to iOS devices. The Facebook-owned company has confirmed that this feature will be available to iPhone users. But didn’t share the dark theme looks like on iOS.
You need to install TestFlight on your iOS device
To try out this beta version 2.20.30 (18.104.22.168) update, all iOS users should be a member of the WhatsApp TestFlight Program to access, unless a portion of the beta analyzers demonstrates us else, it is sheltered to accept that iOS’s dark mode will be like the not really consummate dark theme that showed up in an ongoing WhatsApp for Android beta build.
If you’re interested in downloading WhatsApp’s beta build and trying Dark Mode on your iPhone, you’re in luck, but Apple’s TestFlight program is now full for WhatsApp beta build testing. But if you’re into Android stuff, here’s how you can enable Dark Mode on your phone.
There is no sideloading availability
Clearly, there is no simple method to give the new iOS beta build a shot your iPhone since Apple doesn’t let you sideload the app. But, on the off chance that you are an Android user, you can get the new APK and evaluate the component.
Other features expected
WABetaInfo tracks WhatsApp updates recently underwent some development on a new WhatsApp beta build that indicates the appearance of animated stickers.
Further, suggests that all sticker packs are available on WhatsApp received a server-side update. However, the explanations behind the update are obscure; the term is working to add support for WhatsApp animated stickers.
New “Disappearing Messages” feature
Additionally, the popular massaging platform going to bring another feature, called “Delete Messages” which also known as “Disappearing Messages” which automatically deletes sent messages after a predetermined period. Unfortunately, this feature can be offered only for group chats, but not for individual users.