WhatsApp is rolling out these new features for Android and iPhone users

Whatsapp has adopted new Facebook branding and some dark mode elements

Dark Mode on WhatsApp is closer than ever!

It has also been reported that the instant messaging app is in development to roll out the anticipated Dark Theme, but publicly it is not available.

Another interesting feature that is now being tested on the beta version is that a user will be notified whenever he/she has blocked and unlocked a contact.

WhatsApp for Android beta version 2.19.331 has been released that brings the footer showcasing the redesigned Facebook logo specifically for beta testers.

Before we tell you how you can implement these settings on your smartphone, make sure that you have installed the latest version of WhatsApp on your device. Moreover, it is also visible on the Splash Screen. For some time now they've been hinting at a dark mode that is coming and with the latest update to Beta there are more elements of it present, but not a full dark mode yet.

Last month, Facebook launched its new logo that showcases the company's name in all uppercase letters.

If you're a business owner who relies on WhatsApp Business to communicate with your customers, you can create a catalogue of your items by heading to Settings Catalog within the app. WhatsApp Business is a separate app for iPhone and Android that you'll need to download from the relevant stores.

Dark Mode for WhatsApp has been in the news for long but the feature may debut sooner on the messasing app starting with the iOS users.

On versions of Android older than Pie, you can also trigger dark mode through ADB or other dedicated apps. The iOS beta version 2.19.120.20 comes with design changes and references to the new multi-platform system.

WhatsApp has also fixed the bug that crashed the application while listening to voice messages.

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