WhatsApp is finally rolling out the much-awaited Dark Mode feature and reportedly some of its users have already tested it.
In the latest reports posted by WABetaInfo report, a blog that tracks WhatsApp developments, the Facebook-owned social messaging app is working on rolling out the dark mode. However, the feature is ready for some users who are using the Android Beta version of the app.
It is also important to know that the Dark Mode feature is still under development and the official release of the same is not yet announced.
Additionally, the iOS dark theme is also nearly set for release. However, in a tweet shared by the blog, it reveals the gradual roll out of the Dark Mode feature for its iOS users, but it is still under process and unstable.
The iOS dark theme is ready, except for:
No status updates cell.
WhatsApp Settings > Profile cells.
Phone number, About, Business details cells in Contact info.
Contacts list cells.
Storage Usage cells.
Cells in Backup section.
Wrong group description cell color.— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo)
December 19, 2019
Addressing the above issues, WABetaInfo also stated that, “WhatsApp can fix these in 15 minutes. The real problem is that we don’t know when they will do.”
Apart from this, there is an interesting update that was spotted by the blog. There is is possibility that the Dark Theme is somewhat visible. The blog explained,” When you share something in WhatsApp, for example a photo from your Camera Roll, you see the Dark Theme!”
Moreover, the site reported that the popular social messaging app is working on updates which would be compatible with iOS 13.
Apart from this, the popular messaging app is also nearing towards the roll out of the Delete Message feature for its Android users, which will automatically delete messages after a particular time period set by the user and make it look like the message never existed.