Timed, self-destructing messages can help users send sensitive messages for a stipulated time, hence making WhatsApp more secure.
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.
All it takes is a hacker to get control of one WhatsApp to be able to replicate the same hacking technique on everyone in your WhatsApp contacts and groups.
WhatsApp does not have Dark Mode, Secret Chat or Self-Destruct messages like other instant messaging apps as yet.
WhatsApp Beta version 2.20.14 could bring animated stickers to the popular instant messaging platform much like its rival, Telegram.
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.
WhatsApp is now calling its self-destructing messages feature, 'Delete Messages' and no, there's still no news on the Dark Mode.
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.
There are new privacy settings which allow the user to control who can add them to groups on WhatsApp.
While we are closer than ever from getting a final release date for WhatsApp's long-awaited Dark Mode, here are some new features users should look out for.
As of now, you can only run one WhatsApp account on your registered device.
WhatsApp and the endless conversations it brings to the table, can be a tad less annoying now.
WhatsApp's one billion users might have to wait a bit more for the much-awaited Dark Mode which is still under development.
Here are some features that Whatsapp users can look forward to with upcoming updates on both iOS and Android smartphones.
WhatsApp is now on version 2.19.100 for the iPhone and is now available for download on the App Store.
Whatsapp's latest, much-anticipated features, Dark Mode and Self-Destructing Messages, are currently in development in beta mode.