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10 May, 2024
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WhatsApp has officially rolled out an update that brings a fresh look to its iOS and Android apps. The update introduces a new color palette and design tweaks aimed at enhancing the user experience on both platforms.

The most noticeable change is the adoption of a vibrant green accent color throughout the app, including notification badges and buttons. On Android, the tab bar has been relocated to the bottom of the screen, aligning the app's layout more closely with the iOS version.

For Dark Mode users, WhatsApp has adjusted colors to offer higher contrast and darker tones, reducing eye strain in low-light environments. Additionally, icons and illustrations have been updated with a more rounded and contoured style, accompanied by new animations and chat wallpapers.

Our design philosophy builds on our product principles of keeping WhatsApp simple, reliable and private. We filter these through a design lens to build intuitive and clear flows that work universally and help people connect, while protecting their privacy.

These changes have been tested with WhatsApp beta users and are now being rolled out globally to all users. Last month, WhatsApp introduced passkey support in its iOS app as part of its ongoing efforts to enhance security and usability.

Users are encouraged to update the app to access the latest features and design improvements.