WhatsApp Finally introduced a renewed interface for iOS After I started testing a version for this Android. The new interface ditches the iconic green top bar WhatsApp A white bar favors both the main chat list and individual conversations. The new design also aligns with the guidelines Material Design 3 of Google and improves the appearance of dark themes. WhatsApp Added new “outline” icons for various buttons in the app as part of the latest beta update.
After installing the latest beta, testers should start seeing a redesigned interface that includes a white bar at the top with text. WhatsApp in green (the stable version of the app currently shows the app name in white on a dark green background). When the dark theme is activated, the top bar turns black and the text appears in white. WhatsApp Also adjusted the green accent color used in the app in both light and dark themes. As a result, the floating action button color and other parts of the interface with green accents, such as the floating action button (FAB), look a little brighter, especially when dark mode is enabled. The app also has new color settings Android, WhatsApp Also replaced solid icons for voice and video calls between individual conversations, as well as camera icons with outlines of existing icons in the main chat list. These icons were previously spotted by a feature tracker in version 22.214.171.124 last month WhatsApp Beta for Android.
WhatsApp Also working on updating its app’s color palette iOS, with new outline icons. Elements of this new design have been seen recently WhatsApp Beta for iOS 126.96.36.199. However, unlike his counterpart Android, WhatsApp for iOS In the stable version of the application it does not have a green top bar.
The new interface doesn’t seem to have reached beta testers though iOS, both mobile platforms are expected to get support for new chat filters such as “All”, “Unread”, “Contacts” and “Groups”, which could make managing multiple chats even easier. These filters, along with a redesigned interface, are expected to roll out to users on stable channels next month.
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Editor’s note: See, leaving the visual aspect behind, what I want is to be able to set custom ringtones and sounds to each contact in iOS. And I’m sure it’s an Apple problem but, well.