WhatsApp to introduce new exciting layout update

WhatsApp, the Meta-owned messaging application, is bringing a new layout update for its users to experience a customisable user interface on the app.

The instant messaging platform will soon be releasing “a new interface for the app with new colors and icons”, as part of the app’s update.

In the previous update, WhatsApp introduced a new green tint colour to its interface, giving it a modern feel. However, not all users preferred the new colour, as they preferred the old blue one.

According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp, addressing the concerns of users, is developing new customisation features to accommodate these diverse preferences that are planned to be released in a future update.

As you can see in this screenshot, WhatsApp is working on a new section where users will be able to choose the new main branding colour of the app in a future update.

A screenshot of WhatsApps new feature. — WABetaInfo
A screenshot of WhatsApp’s new feature. — WABetaInfo

It will be possible to select a new colour from a range of five different colours, allowing users to experiment and find the perfect colour that better suits their preferences.

By incorporating customisation features, the app aligns with the broader trend of providing users with more control over their app interface.

This new feature gives users the freedom to express themselves through a different colour that resonates with their personality or simply makes the app more visually appealing.

Additionally, for users with visual impairments or specific colour preferences based on personal comfort, the ability to change the main branding colour can make the app more user-friendly.

In the future, WhatsApp is reportedly set to introduce a new feature allowing users to change the bubble colour taking personalisation to a new level, allowing users to infuse their digital conversations with a touch of their unique style, WABetaInfo reported.

The feature is under development and will be available in a future update of the app.


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