Soumya Prakash Pradhan

The WhatsApp messaging app, owned by Meta, has been continuously adding new features over the past year.

Now, in response to user feedback, the app is working on an exciting update.

In an upcoming release for iOS users, WhatsApp plans to introduce a new option for users to choose the app's main branding colour, according to a report from WABetaInfo.

As stated by WABetaInfo, the app, under Meta's ownership, is revamping its appearance with fresh colours and icons, including a new green tint to give it a more modern feel.

Responding to user preferences, WhatsApp is actively developing new customisation options.

In the recent WhatsApp beta for iOS update found on the TestFlight app, it is revealed that the messaging platform is gearing up to unveil a new themes feature in a future update.

Users will soon have the ability to select a new colour from a range of five options, allowing them to experiment and find the perfect hue that aligns with their preferences.

With these customisation features, WhatsApp not only caters to users who favoured the old blue colour but also follows the trend of empowering users with more control over their app interface.

WhatsApp is set to offer users five colour choices for the main look of the app, enabling them to pick a colour that suits their style or simply enhances the app's appearance.

This move is expected to elevate personalisation, allowing users to infuse their digital conversations with a touch of their unique style, according to reports from WABetaInfo.