WhatsApp will not support all devices running on Android 4.0.2 and before, and iOS 9.0 and before, from February 1, 2020.
Read on to find the steps you need to follow to enable dark mode on WhatsApp.
Follow these simple steps to get your hands on the much-awaited WhatsApp Dark Mode.
If your Android phone runs Android Q, WhatsApp Dark Mode will be enabled if you have the Dark Mode enabled systemwide—this is the System Default setting.
WhatsApp acknowledged the findings and developed a fix to resolve the issue, which is available since WhatsApp version number 2.19.58.
Apart from the dark mode, WhatsApp’s latest beta update has introduced new skins for six emojis.
Android 9 or older users will receive this new 'Battery Saver' feature with WhatsApp's Dark Mode roll-out.
Smartphone users running Android 9 or older will receive this new feature with WhatsApp's Dark Mode roll-out.
While the features have not to be enabled for users yet, the latest beta build of WhatsApp has now started showing the number of times a message has been forwarded.
WABetaInfo has shared screenshots showing how the Authentication feature can be enabled in Settings, and what the interface will look like.
Dark Mode for WhatsApp has been spotted on the latest beta update which means we could finally see the feature roll out soon.
WhatsApp Dark Mode is said to be in the works for months and is now expected to launch later this month or early next year.