It’s either available on certain regions only at the moment or available as Beta but just in case you are wondering, at the time this article is written, WhatsApp Dark Mode is not fully official yet and not fully released for the masses, but once it’s out, these are the steps how you can enable WhatsApp Dark Mode on Android and iOS.
Here’s how to enable WhatsApp Dark Mode on your Android and iPhone.
1) Ensure you are using the latest WhatsApp.
2) Once latest version is installed, go to Settings > Chats.
3) Under Display, tap on Theme and choose Dark.
4) Once latest version is installed, go to iOS Settings (not WhatsApp settings).
5) Find and tap on Display & Brightness, select Dark.
There you go. Now your WhatsApp is in Dark Mode. Best if you also choose a dark/black wallpaper to make it completely dark.
For other WhatsApp tips and tricks, do check them all here.
Here’s a video by Rare iTech showing how he got the WhatsApp and enable Dark Mode.
How to Download WhatsApp Beta
In case you are curious and would like to try Dark Mode straight away, you can register to use the Beta version. Here’s the links.
WhatsApp Android Beta: link.
WhatsApp iOS Beta: link.
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