WhatsApp has become a very important application for the daily life of users. Through the Meta application, nowadays we can send photos, audios, videos, stickers and many other options that tend to increase battery consumption. However, there are some tricks that the application itself offers to avoid the fast download of our smartphone.
In social networks, some Internet users wonder why every time they use WhatsApp their cell phones tend to have less duration throughout the day.
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The main factors that generate this situation can vary: data consumption, along with the functions of WiFi and bluetooth. Although these alternatives are very useful when it comes to chatting, it is very important not to have them all activated at the same time and thus prevent battery consumption from doubling.
Next, we leave you some tips on the energy consumption on the screen that will be very helpful to protect the useful life of your mobile device.
Activate dark mode
- The first thing is to open the application on your phone.
- Go to the application menu button. It is the three vertical dots icon located in the upper right.
- Click on ‘Settings’ and ‘Chats’.
- Touch where it says ‘Theme’.
- And lastly, choose ‘Dark’.
Lower the brightness of the screen background
- Open WhatsApp on your mobile
- Click on the three vertical dots located in the upper corner of the application
- press on Settings > Chats > Wallpaper
- In this place you can not only change the wallpaper for an image to your liking, you can also make the default one less bright.
- At the bottom you will see a brightness bar that you can move to the right. The further to the right, the blacker the background will become.