WhatsApp has become the most used instant messaging application by millions of people. After remaining stable for a while, in 2024 it will debut with several improvements to the platform.
Just a few days ago, they announced that users will soon have the opportunity to customize the app's interface. Therefore, there will be many color options to adjust the tones of some elements within the platform.
This is the amazing new WhatsApp update
They have always been thinking from WhatsApp about what changes to make to their interface. Now, it has become possible to do this after the new update, which is not yet available to all users of the application.
The interface is currently running blue and green again and is adding a new feature in the latest iOS beta that will allow maximum customization of the app. Users are really happy with this option.
You can choose from 5 different colors
WhatsApp is developing a new section within Settings to be able to change the main color of the application in future updates. This way, users will have the opportunity to choose from 5 different tones.
This will affect various elements such as balloons in unread messages, chats, and the bottom bar. The main purpose of this is to provide more customization so that everyone can choose the color they like the most.
Although there are currently five colors in beta, more will likely be added in future releases. They may also all be included in the final version released to the user group.
How can you access this new feature
Currently, this new modification can only be accessed within the search engine by typing “theme”. When you find and select this option, the five new colors will appear: green, blue, black, purple, and pink. Then click on the selected ringtone and the application's ringtone will change immediately.
The option is still in beta, so there is still room for improvement. For example, it is expected that new shades could be added or more elements that can change color could be included.
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