Meta has brought many updates to WhatsApp this year to keep up with other chat apps on Android. Many of these innovations were quietly integrated into the existing design, but now a fundamental overhaul of the user interface is pending. Some beta testers have now been given the opportunity to try the innovation.
While features like communities and channels have been added in the past few months, the core design of WhatsApp on Android remains surprisingly consistent, always following Google Material Design guidelines. A major visual update is coming first Beta-version 188.8.131.52 have been discovered and are currently being tested. loudly WABetaInfo Even more beta testers now have access to these changes.
With the latest beta version, WhatsApp shows some changed design elements in light and dark modes. What is particularly noticeable is the navigation bar that has been moved to the bottom, as already used in the iOS app. The color change, especially the app’s signature green, is also noticeable, keeping the general green color.
WABetaInfo notes that these design changes will be rolled out slowly and carefully. The reason is that the habits and beliefs of long-time users should not be jeopardized by very sudden changes. Finally, it is hoped that these design innovations will be made available to all WhatsApp users in the near future.
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