WhatsApp announces animated stickers, QR codes, dark mode for web and more; features to roll out in 'coming weeks'
WhatsApp says these features will be rolling out over the next few weeks.
WhatsApp started to test the multi-device support first in November last year.
To enable dark mode, Android 10 and iOS 13 users just have to enable it in the system settings.
WhatsApp has rolled out a new 'event colour' for the dark mode, with yellow colour text.
A new feature called Delete messages lets you choose how long should a WhatsApp message last.
On top of the app layout itself, shared location maps, too, will reportedly appear in shades of grey and black in dark mode.
WhatsApp is apparently working on the final touches for the new dark theme on the platform.
WhatsApp is testing to show you a new launch screen when you launch the app for the first time.
WhatsApp will reportedly come with a Light Theme, Dark Theme, and System Default theme.
Users will also have an option to un-hide the Status from WhatsApp settings.
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Ahead of the official launch, here is how you can enable WhatsApp dark theme on your smartphone.
The next WhatsApp update will reportedly also bring as many as 155 redesigned emojis.
Apparently, as of yet, the dark mode in the beta app only shows up on the Settings menu.
The fingerprint authentication feature will be apart of a new section in the WhatsApp app.
This feature is now expected to launch on Android and iOS either later in December or early next year.
The Swipe to Reply feature is already available on iOS and is expected to come on Android soon.