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.
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.
Facebook intends to go ahead with its plan to integrate advertising in the WhatsApp Status. The privacy level for that remains unclear.
WhatsApp is likely to launch its much anticipated Dark Mode and 'Delete Messages' features early this year but a specific release time hasn't been announced.
WhatsApp's new update for iOS users brings features like Haptic Touch, Low Data Mode and Contact Integration.
To be the first in line to try the WhatsApp Dark Mode when it is launched officially, users should sign up for the beta program on the Google Play Store.
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.