Some more images displaying Android redesign for WhatsApp

We have been reporting on a new look for WhatsApp for Android for the past few months. We now have further screenshots of the upcoming UI, following a recent leak. These are provided by WABetaInfo.

One of the most widely used messaging platforms on the planet, WhatsApp’s user interface has needed some improvements. The business announced that it would be giving the app a more contemporary appearance. The interface is an important component of the app experience; therefore, this is a good update. We have already seen how the home screen would appear following the revamp. It displayed several significant UI modifications and an idea of what to expect.

Images of WhatsApp redesign for Android

Images of the app’s home screen and a few other screens were posted by WABetaInfo. The green strip at the top of the UI will disappear after the redesign. Instead, a thinner white (or dark gray, if you’re using dark mode) strip will be visible running across the screen. You can view the WhatsApp text in green in light mode. If you are using dark mode, it will be white.

The interface’s tabs that span the entire screen slide to the bottom. The Chats, Updates, and Calls tabs will now have icons next to them; otherwise, all the tabs will remain the same. The Communities tab’s icon will be kept. You’ll find various message filters in the top area, where the tabs once were. To make it easier for you to find the messages you need, we offer filters for All, Unread, Contacts, and Groups.

People will welcome the modification because it gives the interface a more contemporary appearance. Although the release date of this update for the Meta-owned app is unknown, it appears to be close at hand.

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