WhatsApp introduce Green Buttons and New Icons for iOS users

iOS users may now download a new version of WhatsApp that features a minor UI tweak and a new feature for video calling, in keeping with their user-friendly endeavours. WhatsApp Update With Green Buttons and New Icons for iOS Users has rolled out. 

The latest update, which is available to all iPhone users, was issued on Monday as a worldwide stable version. Users may find the upgraded version of WhatsApp and begin using the new features by searching for WhatsApp on the App Store. The most recent version includes new interface elements as well as a general rollout of the green buttons and interface style. 

WhatsApp for iOS has received a build version upgrade to 24.9.74. All suitable iPhone models will be able to install it as soon as it is published. There can be some delays before the update reaches some customers because it has been sent out in batches. In the following weeks, all users will have access to the new features, according to WhatsApp.

Notably, the update gave all iOS users green-colored buttons and notification icons. The instant chat provider began testing the feature last month. It was also made available to a lot of Android users in the last few weeks. The upgraded version will show the green symbols for contacts, communities, and new groups, as well as the new message button.

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The unread message notifications and the total number of unread messages that show up next to the chat list are also shown in green. The night mode’s default theme used to be green, but it’s now brighter. The colour will also be visible when using the app in light mode.

Furthermore, the most recent WhatsApp update is distributing the updated iconography throughout the programme. All users are now receiving these; a previous beta release had already made them visible. The web, iOS, and Android interfaces for the platform all use the same iconography as a result of this interface redesign.

Finally, the company is extending audio support for screen-sharing features in video calls. The other participants could only hear the audio that was picked up by the microphone when someone showed their screen using the app in the past—not the audio that was playing on the device. Both audio channels are now simultaneously audible to users. This feature was also recently added to the app’s Android version.

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