WhatsApp theme: Meta May Soon Allow you to Select from a Variety of Colors

By Consultants Review Team Tuesday, 28 May 2024

When users of WhatsApp on iPhones saw that their favorite instant messaging software had turned green more than a month ago, they took to social media in droves. A few months ago, WhatsApp began rolling out a new UI with a green theme for iOS users. In April, the update began to be seen by a larger number of users.

The Meta-owned app is getting ready to release a number of new customization options for iOS users, enabling them to alter the app's look in ways never possible. A new report from WABetaInfo claims that references to chat themes and accent color customization are included in the most recent beta version of WhatsApp for iOS, offering an early look at what the well-known messaging app may hold.

According to reports, WhatsApp is working on chat themes that would allow iPhone users to choose from five preset colors for their backdrop and conversation bubbles in order to satisfy user requests for more customization.Traditional green, white, blue, pink, and purple are among the available colors. Although this feature is still in the early stages of development, its inclusion in the beta shows that Meta is actively trying to improve the personalization possibilities within the app.

WhatsApp is apparently working on a feature that would let iOS users choose the accent color of the app in addition to chat themes. With this functionality, in-app buttons may be customized with the same color selections as chat themes.Even though the public does not yet have access to these features, their presence in the beta version raises the possibility that one is in the works.

Changing the accent color and chat theme is a simple process. Users may go to their WhatsApp account's settings, pick the Chat option, and then select the Theme option. Users may then select their favorite color, and the chat bubble and background will instantly change to match. Since each user's account has a customized configuration, the color selected won't have an impact on how the person on the other end sees chats.

It is anticipated that these additional personalization choices would aid WhatsApp in its competition against other messaging services such as Telegram, which provides a multitude of personalization options. WhatsApp appears to be attempting to draw in and hold on to users who value a customized chat experience by granting users more control over the appearance and feel of the program.

Notably, WhatsApp is launching these services for iOS users first, with potential intentions to expand to Android users later on.

Although these capabilities are not officially scheduled for release, their inclusion in the WhatsApp iOS beta version is encouraging. iPhone users should anticipate a more customized texting experience as Meta continues to improve these customization possibilities.

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