WhatsApp dark mode has been a long time coming, but it's now available for testing on beta version iPhone and Android, with a desktop version on the way too. WhatsApp dark mode is a new design for the hugely popular messaging app, which will swap its current palette of light grey and green for shades of black, green and midnight blue. It won't replace the current look completely but will be available as an option for anyone who wants to use it. Facebook has its WhatsApp dark mode to ensure it lowers the brightness of a phone display. “Test found that combining pure black and white creates high contrast that can lead to eye fatigue,” explain a WhatsApp spokesperson. “Instead, you will notice a special dark grey background and off-white colour that lowers the brightness of the screen, cuts down the glare and improves contrast and readability.” WhatsApp dark theme will be mostly pure black on iOS devices & darker grey on Android. Long-awaited feature, one that WhatsApp acknowledges in a launch video (above) with lots of people squinting into their phones. A short video, entitled “Hello Darkness,” includes a previously unreleased version

How to Download Beta Version  Whatsapp On Anroid Mobile

  1. Open Google Chrome or any web browser on your phone.

  2. Type

  3. Hit the Search box on the top right corner.

  4. Type WhatsApp beta and hit go.

  5. Tap the Download button next to the WhatsApp Messenger beta listing (any version after 2.20.14 will work).

  6. In the Download section, select the build number once again.

  7. Tap Download APK to begin the download.

  8. Tap OK in the dialogue box to let Chrome download the file.

  9. Tap Open.

  10. You'll need to allow Chrome to install apps. Tap Settings to get started.

  11. Toggle Allow from this source to On to continue the installation.

  12. Tap Install to install the latest version of WhatsApp beta.

Once you're done installing WhatsApp, make sure you disable the setting that allows Chrome to install unknown apps. Go to Settings -> Apps & notifications -> Special app access -> Install unknown apps -> Chrome -> Toggle the setting to off.

One Thing I say don't use beta version because this is a trial version there more chance leak your data chats, etc so if the whats provide on pro version then use

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