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WhatsApp’s ‘ultra dark’ mode: how to activate it

WhatsApp’s ‘ultra dark’ mode: how to activate it

Today we can find many mobile applications, especially messaging applications, that help us to keep in touch with our family and friends, no matter where we are.

One of the most popular messaging apps is WhatsApp. Which is constantly updated to provide improvements in its services.

WhatsApp developers are not only interested in improving the interface, but also in making the necessary modifications so that their users spend a lot of time inside the application, without any inconvenience or problem.

For a long time, WhatsApp only offered a clear configuration of its interface without the ability to adjust it to eye comfort, lagging behind other social networks that allow it.

Finally, WhatsApp made the change so that its users can take advantage of the so-called “dark mode”. but, Did you know that there is an “ultra dark mode”?

Dark mode features an inverted color scheme, with dark backgrounds and light text, and this alternative has multiple benefits. One of the most notable aspects is its effect on eyestrain. When we spend many hours staring at screens, whether it’s reading articles, interacting on social media, or browsing apps, our eyes can get tired and dry.

Dark Mode reduces the intensity of light emitted by the screen, which can reduce strain on the eyes and reduce eye strain, especially in low-light environments. Ultra Dark mode can turn off the pixels on the device to make the experience more pleasing to the eye.

This is how the “ultra dark” mode in WhatsApp is activated

1) Go to WhatsApp settings.
2) Go to “Chats” and select the “Topics” option.
3) Click where it says “Dark Mode” and activate it on your device.
4) Go to “Wallpaper”.
5) Select a solid black background.

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Dark mode is beneficial in terms of device power consumption as a large number of smartphones have OLED screens. In this type of cell phone, individual pixels emit their own light, which means that in this mode, where dark colors predominate, fewer pixels need to be illuminated.

As a result, the device consumes less power, which can translate into longer battery life, which is a key factor for users looking to extend the life of their mobile devices.

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