Android Application: Whatsapp to get a dark mode and authentication feature soon

WhatsApp began working a shot at the dark mode for its iOS application a year ago and now the company is intending to include a comparative feature on to its Android application.

It appears to be dull is the subject this year. Prior this month, Facebook Messenger furtively got a dark mode and now it’s WhatsApp’s swing to go all dark. Reports proposes that Facebook is anticipating adding a dark mode to its social messaging app, WhatsApp.

The news comes as a cordiality of WABetaInfo, which tracks and improvements in the application. According to its report, WhatsApp has at long last begun taking a shot at adding dark mode to its Android application. The feature is accessible in the WhatsApp beta for Android rendition 2.19.82 and it totally changes the look and feel of the application. The production shared screen captures of WhatsApp’s Settings menu in dark mode, which incorporates primary settings, account settings, chat settings and notice settings among others.

The publication noticed that as opposed to having a dark mode, it is conceivable that WhatsApp for Android, much the same as its iOS version, could get a very dark grey colour.

WhatsApp began working away at a dark mode for its iOS application a year ago. The feature, be that as it may, was in the alpha phases of improvement. What’s more, the element hasn’t touched base on WhatsApp’s iOS application yet. We expect the equivalent for WhatsApp’s Android application. The publication likewise takes note of that it will the company some an opportunity to reveal the element as it is still in the formative phases.

Prominently, dim mode isn’t the feature that may come WhatsApp in the days to come. Aside from the dark mode, WhatsApp is additionally intending to add a authentication feature to its Android application. The feature, when empowered, will add a layer of security to the application by enabling clients to lock the app natively.

The feature, which is accessible as a part of WhatsApp beta for Android version 2.19.83, can be empowered by tapping on the Privacy choice in the Account Settings of the application. At the point when clients empower the ‘Use fingerprint to Unlock option, WhatsApp will request that they punch in their unique finger impression to affirm the task. Once empowered, clients can design the application to lock immediately, following 1 minute, following 10 minutes or following 30 minutes.

Furthermore, WhatsApp is likewise making a tiny tweak to the way its audio files appear in the chats. The social messaging app will now show the audio file name within in the audio bubble.

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