After the iOS version, the Meta-owned instant messaging software WhatsApp reportedly created a new Android user interface with a white top app bar and a green app name. According to a WhatsApp review website, “Thanks to the most recent WhatsApp beta for Android 184.108.40.206 update, which is available on the Google Play Store, we discovered that WhatsApp introduced several enhancements to the top app bar for a future update of the app.”
According to the report, the WhatsApp beta for Android 220.127.116.11 upgrade will provide a new UI to the Meta-owned software. The top bar in the new user interface will be white rather than green, according to an image released by WABetaInfo.
According to the most recent WhatsApp beta for iOS 18.104.22.168 update from the TestFlight app, similar changes are also being worked on for WhatsApp for iOS. This also illustrates WhatsApp’s goal to align both programs with the same functionality and user experience, even if the Android version will surely adhere to the Material Design 3 standards.
The new look, which includes a white top app bar and a green app name, will be included in a future update to the app. The Meta-owned app is now introducing the ability for users to edit messages in community announcement groups. Users can use this facility to edit and amend the content of previously sent messages as long as they do so within 15 minutes after sending.
According to the findings, community announcement groups may gain even more from this capability. Select beta testers who have installed the most current WhatsApp beta for Android updates from the Google Play Store can now modify messages within community announcement groups.