WhatsApp is Working on a New User Interface: According to the WABetaInfo blog, a new WhatsApp user interface is in development. The prominent website for monitoring WhatsApp beta updates has discovered a new WhatsApp user interface in the latest WhatsApp for Android beta update. According to the report, the aesthetics of the primary chat window will undergo a significant overhaul, and it will become simpler for users to locate specific chats using filters. The new user interface and enhancements have been discovered in the most recent beta version of WhatsApp for Android, 22.214.171.124. Let’s examine these modifications in depth.
As seen in the screenshot provided by WABetaInfo (image above), will undergo a significant redesign in an upcoming patch. The user interface mainly remains unchanged. However, upon closer inspection, the uppermost status bar is now white rather than green. Additionally, the font used for the app’s name at the top has been changed to green. While the new WhatsApp UI appears seamless in light mode as depicted in the screenshot, its appearance in dark mode is unknown. In dark mode, an educated estimate predicts a dark top bar with green text.
In addition to the revamped top bar, WhatsApp has improved the conversation sorting interface. The image depicts several categories labelled All, Unread, Personal, and Business. According to WABetaInfo, the categorising function has also been observed in previous beta updates. It grants WhatsApp users greater control over their conversations. WhatsApp has also modified the conversation filter toggle buttons and bottom tab to be more rounded.
In addition, the publication reveals that a revamped top bar and conversation filters are in development for WhatsApp Beta for iOS. It was discovered in the latest WhatsApp beta update for iOS 126.96.36.199 on TestFlight. For uniformity, we anticipate the Meta-owned messaging platform to roll out the new user interface on both platforms simultaneously. The article concludes by stating that the new WhatsApp user interface is still in development and will shortly be rolled out to stable users.
WhatsApp introduced support for sharing HD videos with contacts shortly after introducing the ability to share high-resolution photos in chats. It indicates that the shared media will no longer be negatively affected by the compression employed by the platform. The platform also allows users to establish nameless groups with up to six members.