WhatsApp is continually changing or giving the latest features that offer great benefits to its users. The Whatsapp upgrades are accepted because they give tangible advantages. The Facebook-owned company comes with small alterations to improve the app interface for its users on iOS and Android.
WhatsApp removes line separators from the chat list in the last week. And, the current report suggests that it has created some changes to get back green color in the notification on Android. A famous feature leaker website named WABetaInfo comes with a track record for leaking the features of WhatsApp. It has also revealed that the new app’s beta version has been eliminated with the blue tick that was used to change the green text of the company to denote the name of the app like mark as read or reply after getting a notification.
As per the report, it seems like the reason that WhatsApp changes its notification color because some users complained that the new color was not easier to read on the application. And, they like old notification colors with dark contrast. Also, reading the blue-colored text on the dark text can have been not easier on the devices that had a dark theme of grey color. It causes less contrast rather than AMOLED black theme.
WABetaInfo had currently reported that messaging service of Whatsapp had made little but remarkable tweaks to the Android app, to throw away the several lines in between chats on Android devices. While iOS users can see multiple lines in between their chats. There will be no divider present in the chats on Android devices unless WhatsApp wants to revert the change in the future upgrade.
There is no method to sign up for WhatsApp beta version for iOS at the time. But users can go to their Google Play Store on Android devices and follow the steps to get the WhatsApp beta version.
Open Google Play Store on Android device and write WhatsApp
Click on WhatsApp and scroll down till you watch the choice to sign up for the app’s beta version
Tap the I’m in button and verify. After some minutes, check the Play Store for upgrades.
In case, you don’t watch the option to sign up for the app’s beta version, or you discover that all places are full, you can go to the link from your browser and sign up for the app’s beta version.
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