WhatsApp Dark WhatsApp

WhatsApp was recently seen testing a brand new Forwarding Info feature which will tell users the number of times a message was forwarded, and showed a regularly forwarded tag when a message has been forwarded more than four occasions. However, the attributes were not allowed until now. It seems that the latest beta build of WhatsApp for Android has introduced the one of the qualities via the open beta channel for all testers. Following the WhatsApp beta upgrade (version 2.19.87), we can now observe the amount of times each message has been forwarded. Furthermore, the update also brings additional traces of this long-awaited dark manner for WhatsApp, but there isn’t any word when that will arrive with a beta or stable construct.

WhatsApp Forwarding Info

After being spotted as’disabled by default’ at a beta assemble around a week before, the WhatsApp beta 2.19.87 update has finally enabled the message forward info feature. All users who obtained the beta update can now find the number of times a message has been forwarded. But, we found that this information is available only when you’re the sender of a message that’s been forwarded to numerous users.

But when you have received a forwarded message that has been sent to multiple users, then you cannot assess the number of times it’s been forwarded. Additionally, the’often plotted’ tag which was spotted recently for messages which were forwarded more than four times is nowhere to be viewed in the latest beta build. We can verify both the aforesaid findings after testing it out multiple times.

WhatsApp Dark Mode

Additionally, WABetaInfo has spotted more traces of a dark style in WhatsApp beta v2.19.87 to get Android, after uncovering some details in the WhatsApp beta (2.19.82) less than a week ago. It appears that dark style on WhatsApp for Android will inject a black color scheme to the’Profile segment’ as well, following an earlier discovery that the dark colour scheme will be observable on the Status bar once the feature has been enabled.

But it appears that the”Request Account Info” and”Two Factory Authentication” are among a few sub-sections that won’t get the dark colour scheme when the dark mode has been enabled, but it might change with the upcoming beta builds. It’s worth mentioning here that these are just traces spotted in the code and also the dim mode feature has officially been rolled out for beta testers. At the moment, there is no word as to when the dark mode will arrive on WhatsApp for Android via a beta or stable update.


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