WhatsApp Dark Mode: See How To Turn It ON On The web
Available in Firefox and Chrome
You can wait for the dark mode to see WhatsApp arrive in the #iOS and #Android apps when you are a WhatsApp client. We know that work is continuing, but the alternative has not been published yet. But, what about the WhatsApp web-based version? Dark mode options in recent months have gradually expanded into numerous apps, but there has been a great deal of focus on mobile applications–mainly because darker colors save battery potential. Some web browsers in the desktop have begun introducing the possibility of turning any site into dark mode, but this might be a hit and a miss affair.
In fact, you may have tried online to force the dark mode on the browser in WhatsApp, and were disappointed with the results. Here is a way to turn dark mode into #Chrome or #Firefox using a free browser extension known as the Stylus, as discovered by WABetaInfo. The extension can use any website to add a theme through Custom Style Sheets, and we will use the Web app of WhatsApp to use dark mode. This is exactly what we do to render WhatsApp. We'll concentrate on Google Chrome, but for Firefox users the process is almost similar.
In Chrome, you can grab the Stylus extension from the Chrome Web Store – visit the site here and click the 'Add to Chrome' button followed by 'Add extension'. (If you're using Firefox, you can download the Stylus extension for your browser.)
With Stylus installed, you can download a special dark theme for WhatsApp. Click the link followed by 'Install Style' and then 'OK'.
When you next visit the web version of WhatsApp, you will find that a dark theme has been applied.
You're done! now you've turn on the whatsapp dark mode, it's as simple as that.