WhatsApp dark mode feature is finally ready for use. In fact, the new feature has been reportedly tested and confirmed by some users.
According to WABetaInfo, a popular blog that ultimately monitors and reports latest updates on WhatsApp, says the Facebook-owned social media messaging application is undergoing a serious upgrade to have the dark mode feature.
Meanwhile, the feature is ready for use in Android Beta version.
The iOS dark theme is also underway.
Following a tweet shared by the blog earlier mentioned, it was stated that the roll out of the dark mode feature for iOS users would be gradual as the process is not stable.
Recently, WhatsApp announced its end of support for old phones.
One of the reasons for this development was that since phones running on old operating systems (OS) had become obsolete, they failed to work with the current system and deliver industry’s major required needs.
In the bid to conserve a phone’s battery life while running WhatsApp, the WhatsApp dark mode feature was launched.
The latest feature is to help users read and send WhatsApp messages under a very low light condition and prevent their battery life from being excessively consumed by the app.
In fact, WhatsApp wasn’t the first to add the dark mode feature. Twitter and even the Facebook-owned Messenger app had added the feature earlier.