WhatsApp is working on a version of its application that can obscure the interface to consume fewer resources on devices with an OLED screen.
The information comes from the account @WABetaInfo on Twitter, responsible for shredding the functions that WhatsApp has included in its beta before they are launched publicly.
"I'm happy to share the good news with you: WhatsApp works in a dark mode, it's a dream", says the account that usually posts correct information. "There are many secret references in recent updates."
The Twitter account requires patience from users because it may take time to reach users. WhatsApp is used to hide functions or to test upcoming tools in its beta app, which can take several months to reach users. Beta & # 39; s contain more than a year of function roads such as stickers and so far the stickers have not yet reached the final version.
More and more applications add the option to a dark mode (dark mode, in English). This mode helps visibility in scenarios in low light; but also help the battery especially with devices with an OLED screen, because dark tones require less energy from the device.