WhatsApp finally gets a non-beta dark mode on Android and iOS

03 March 2020
After months of beta testing, it will be available for everyone shortly.

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sanshiro, 03 Mar 2020But WhatsApp reduces the quality of the photos I sent. I would w... moreJust chose document and select the picture you want and it keeps the original size...its been there for years. Just a simple search on google will do and yet here you are...

sanshiro, 03 Mar 2020But WhatsApp reduces the quality of the photos I sent. I would w... moreSome people say that if you send the pictures as a document it avoids the compression.
I don't really know if it's true because I only send memes in that app, but it's worth the try.

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sanshiro, 03 Mar 2020But WhatsApp reduces the quality of the photos I sent. I would w... moreOn Android--From whatsapp chat, where you select a file to send.. choose document instead of gallery and browse to your image file and send. the image will sends at full quality

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Shadocx, 04 Mar 2020Same for Snapchat and Instagram, I heard it has something to do ... moreIt's to reduce bandwith. It doesn't have to be a video or picture shot with your camera. They are just compressing it.

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Note7 owner, 04 Mar 2020Not working on Galaxy note 10+. Dark mode has been enabled in my... more"The updates which have the feature will roll out across both platforms within a few days."

Reading is not your strong suit apparently...

sanshiro, 03 Mar 2020But WhatsApp reduces the quality of the photos I sent. I would w... moreSame for Snapchat and Instagram, I heard it has something to do about the apps not using the right camera API.

Not working on Galaxy note 10+. Dark mode has been enabled in my notification pull down menu. In WhatsApp there's no option to turn dark mode on in settings. Fragmentation at it's finest.

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i just use whatsapp because in my country it's cheaper to communicate via whatsapp (since most people use prepaid lines in which sms and calls are more expensive than plans) but they always add features when everybody already did it, for example calls, video calls, group chats, etc

Finally... Nice

sanshiro, 03 Mar 2020But WhatsApp reduces the quality of the photos I sent. I would w... moreI agree... kinds the reason why there's many iOS users.

But WhatsApp reduces the quality of the photos I sent. I would welcome a paid version where it keeps the original quality without reducing it into a garbage resolution.