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How To Set AMOLED Black WhatsApp on any Android Device

Its 2020 and dark mode is the new trend for smartphone users. You can now set AMOLED black Whatsapp on any Android device through the help of this article. Google has already released the dark mode for many applications of theirs such as Google Chrome, the stock search app, YouTube, Android messages and calendar. Not staying behind, Apple has also followed the same pattern and introduced the dark mode in its OS where the users can set the system-wide dark mode.

In a certain, we cannot call Google’s dark mode to be completely AMOLED dark but a little more dark grey if we carefully look at their applications like Google Photos, Google Play Store, Google Keep, etc. Similarly, we can notice the same pattern in the WhatsApp APK with dark mode. If you are not satisfied with the actual representation of the pure black style, then you can set the AMOLED black WhatsApp APK theme on your Android devices. Read the following guide, which is written with the help of screenshots for better understanding.

WhatsApp Black

Smartphone users who have AMOLED displays can always enjoy the full benefit of this feature. The AMOLED displays turn off the individual pixels that are black, resulting in a vibrant look on the screen. This makes it more attractive and gives the user a premium feel. It also helps in saving the battery of the smartphone. AMOLED dark screen mode even enables you to protect your eyes from straining on the blue light-emitting at night.

How To Set AMOLED Black WhatsApp on any Android Device?

Setting up the pure dark mode for WhatsApp on an Android device requires the root privileges. However, if you do not have the root access on your smartphone, then you may check out the applications with the dark-mode feature. In this guide, we will be using the app called Swift Installer, which is a paid application, but frequently it is listed for free on Google Play Store. You may find other alternatives on the internet, but we do not recommend it because that would lead to installing a third-party application.

[box type=”info” align=”” class=”” width=””]Note: The application Swift Installer is worth purchasing as it will help you turn many applications in the AMOLED dark mode including, Google messages, Snapchat, Hangouts, etc. You may even choose other colors from the provided accent color of your choice.[/box]

Pre-requisites:

  • A rooted smartphone with Magisk/SuperSu installed
  • Swift Installer Application

Instructions

Step 1: Download and install the Swift Installer app from the Google Play Store.

Step 2: Once installed, open the app and then select the accent color of your choice for WhatsApp and the other applications you want. Select the black color for setting Black WhatsApp.

AMOLED black WhatsApp

Step 3: Next, tap on the red circle at the right bottom corner and then click on the continue editing button.

Step 4: On the next page, you will be shown the list of available apps to turn into Black color. Select the ones that you want.

Swift Installer Dark Mode

Step 5: After you selected the applications from the list provided, tap on the red circle and click on Install.

Swift Installer for Android

Step 6: Once the installation is completed, you will need to reboot your smartphone. Tap on Reboot Now.

Congratulations! Now you have the pure AMOLED dark WhatsApp mode enabled on your Android smartphone. You may also want to explore some hidden features of WhatsApp, and if you do not have a rooted Android smartphone, then you can check out the top modded WhatsApp applications that have inbuilt AMOLED dark mode.

Dark Mode for WhatsApp

Conclusion

The dark mode on WhatsApp is inbuilt, but many users are not satisfied with the little greyish color. We advise you not to install the Swift Installer if you do not have a rooted smartphone. However, if you have a rooted smartphone and have any doubt installing the Swift installer or setting AMOLED dark WhatsApp, then leave a comment below, and we will get back to you with a solution.

Written by Amrit Singh

I started blogging in 2007, and since then, I had a strong connection to the internet world that made me a full-time blogger. In 2015, I completed my MBA + Post-Graduation in International Business.

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