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How to get WhatsApp dark mode

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We’re excited to update WhatsApp with the most requested feature from users everywhere — dark mode. Dark mode for WhatsApp offers a fresh look on a familiar experience. It’s designed to reduce eye strain in low light environments. And we hope it helps prevent  those awkward moments  when your phone lights up the room. When designing dark mode we focused on two areas:  Readability : When choosing colors, we wanted to minimize eye fatigue and use colors that are closer to the system defaults on iPhone and Android respectively. Information Hierarchy:  We wanted to help users easily focus their attention on each screen. We did this by using color and other design elements to make sure the most important information stands out. Users on Android 10 and iOS 13 can use dark mode by enabling it in system settings. Users on Android 9 and below can go into WhatsApp Settings > Chats > Theme and select Dark. We hope everyone enjoys dark mode, which is rolling out in the

Meet Smudge: The Real-Life Cat From The “Woman Yelling At Cat” Meme

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Meet Smudge: The Real-Life Cat From The “Woman Yelling At Cat” Meme definitely finished its meme-game strong with one of our all-time favorites: “woman yelling at cat. ” It was everywhere online, and for good reason, there is so much material to get out of it. For those that may not know this meme – though highly unlikely – the meme features a picture of a yelling woman, followed by a picture of a white cat seated in front of a salad plate. *** ****** ************* *** The kitty’s little confused face has proven itself to be a meme goldmine of relatable material, so it’s no wonder that it was so popular and spawned so many variations of itself, as well as memes of the meme. Who would’ve imagined that a simple dinner picture was the catalyst for this white kitty to rocket to instant internet fame? So, many of you may be wondering who the cat behind the meme is?

Samsung Galaxy S20 review

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Predictable, yet still pretty impressive. We take a first look at Samsung's new mainstream flagship offers. Another year, another Galaxy S lineup. You all definitely know the drill by now - these are the best phones Samsung has made to date. Kind of by definition, since innovation is the name of the game. And the game never really stops or takes a break. As DJ Koh, now ex-head of Samsung's mobile division, put it himself at a Galaxy Note unveiling from a while ago - it is obviously getting increasingly hard to push the smartphone envelope consistently, year upon year. Luckily, there is plenty to love about both the Galaxy S20 and the S20+. Potentially, even more so, when it comes to the top-dog S20 Ultra, since it appears to pack most of Samsung's more radical steps and innovations for 2020. Samsung Galaxy S20 Samsung Galaxy S20+ Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 151.7 x 69.1 x 7.9mm, 163 g 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm, 186 g 166.9 x 76.0 x 8.8mm, 220 g 6.2-inch, QHD+ (