WhatsApp has not officially rolled out any stable versions of Dark Mode yet
The social messaging app is working on the feature and may launch it sometime next year
The release of WhatsApp's much-awaited Dark Mode feature has been doing the rounds for quite some time now but there is no official confirmation of launch date announced yet.
According to WaBetaInfo, the website that tracks latest WhatsApp updates, the Facebook-owned social messaging app has not officially rolled out any stable versions of Dark Mode as of now.
However, there can be found some traces of the dark theme on Beta version of the app. According to the blog, details suggest that the release might roll out very soon.
Stating that the Dark Theme is not available yet, the blog also mentioned that the users have a possibility to see it right now. "When you share something in WhatsApp, for example a photo from your Camera Roll, you see the Dark Theme!", it stated.
Similarly, iOS users may also soon receive the feature. The report also pointed out that WhatsApp is working on Dark Theme which will be compatible with iOS 13.
Apart from this, the popular messaging app is reportedly nearing towards the roll-out of the Delete Message feature for its Android users. Recently, WaBetaInfo confirmed that this feature will be available only for group chats and only accessible to administrators. The feature, once available will automatically delete messages after a particular time period set by the user and make it look like the message never existed.
The blog in its publication stated that WhatsApp is bringing this feature as a sort of “cleaning tool" for groups.
"Groups have usually a lot of messages and this feature could help to save your phone storage, deleting old messages automatically (only administrators will be able to enable/disable it)," the blog stated.