After testing new payment shortcuts, a new 90-day option to hide messages, and improving voice and video calling capabilities, WhatsApp has begun beta testing of new design elements for the app on Android. This includes new colors, icons, and some quality of life changes.
Recently discovered by the reputable WhatsApp Tarekomi WABetaInfo, Design elements are included in the latest WhatsApp beta v220.127.116.11 on Android. With this update, the app has added slightly different colors to the chat screen, status bar, chat bubbles and background in both light and dark themes. In addition, WhatsApp now displays “Messages” to users instead of the “Enter Message” placeholder in the text field.
The new color looks brighter than the old one. They are most noticeable on the chat screen. WhatsApp has added a bright green color to the chat bubble. Besides this, dark themes now make the background wallpaper and message box colors appear darker than before.
In addition, WhatsApp has added new colors to some of the other elements of the app on Android. This includes a new color for the user’s status ring and a shade of light green for the light-themed navigation bar.
Besides this, WhatsApp has also added a new icon to the chat sharing sheet. In addition, this update allows you to see the creation date of groups that your company previously deleted from the app.
So if you want to see new colors, new shared sheet icons, and other new design elements, you can download the latest WhatsApp beta on your Android device. The new colors will be rolled out to global users in a public update shortly.