Espiar, a German smartphone maker, is rolling out dark mode to its Android app for the first time on the Android platform.
The new dark mode makes it possible to access the notifications of Whatsapp and Telegram, but prevents the app from displaying notifications on your lockscreen.
It also allows you to switch the app to dark mode if you don’t like the notification icons.
The company claims the dark mode has saved more than 20 billion data uses over the last three years, including more than 10 million phone calls, over 2.7 billion SMSs, more than 6.6 billion email messages and more than 2.1 billion tweets.
This means that the dark-mode version of Whatsap is currently the most popular Whatsapp app on Android, with almost 3 billion users, according to research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
The dark mode can be enabled by turning off the app, or by disabling Whatsapp’s settings on your phone.
You can also enable the feature on your device with a quick swipe from the notification shade, but the darkmode can be turned off via Settings.
The dark mode is available in the Espiar app on the Google Play Store and will be available for iOS users soon.