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Whatsapp the messaging giant keeps updating its software to include a bevy of features to provide smooth messaging and call experience to its users. After rolling out the dark mode feature for the Android users, the messaging app might roll out the dark mode feature for the iOS users soon.

Last week, the dark mode feature was spotted on the Android Beta version of the app by WABetaInfo, a blog that tracks WhatsApp developments had said.

Recently, the blog noted that iOS may also get it soon. The blog states that the latest iPhone update of the app can be spotted on iOS test version 2.20.20.17. The update shows traces of Dark mode coming for iPhone users.

The Dark Splash Screen is basically the opening page of the WhatsApp mobile app shown in dark colours but otherwise appears only in white. The WAbetainfo also revealed that Whatsapp beta for iOS is compatible to receive the dark theme from the server.

Apart from that, the blog also notes that WhatsApp has also tweaked the forward button symbol in the latest iOS Beta version. Additionally, the group and profile icons were updated too, supporting dark colours. Moreover, the app’s top bar icons have also got updates.

The blog also mentioned that the latest updates can be buggy as they are still in test mode. For starters, the iOS update comes with a bug that will show dark bubbles similar to the Android bug, the blog noted.

However, WhatsApp is yet to officially release a stable version of the dark mode feature for both Android and iOS users.

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