Facebook begins implementing dark mode in its main application
Facebook is finally rolling out its dark mode feature for more Android and iOS users in the main app. The social media platform, in collaboration with notable reverse engineer Jane Manchun Wong, announced on Twitter that it was publicly testing dark mode on mobile devices. Facebook had confirmed dark mode support plans for the mobile app a few months ago and had started rolling out the feature for a limited number of users; now it was expanding as well.
Jane Manchun Wong Announced public tests of Facebook Dark Mode feature in a video collaboration with the company’s Alexandru Voica. To activate dark mode, go to the settings menu at the top right of the app and click on Settings & Privacy. If Dark Mode has been implemented for you, it will be available as an option here, which you can enable with a tap. In particular, the feature is not yet available to all users and you are just expanding the number of Android and ios users who have access to it.
Facebook is the parent company of apps like Instagram, WhatsApp and Delivery courier, all of which have support for dark mode. So it’s surprising that the tech giant waited so long to implement the anticipated feature in its main application.
Facebook disrupted its classic design in September, making it mandatory to use the new Facebook interface that was rolled out earlier this year. The new design, which began rolling out in March, supports dark mode on the desktop.
Messenger also has a dark mode option for last year’s users. The feature has also been available on Facebook Lite for a few months, so it was only a matter of time before it was rolled out to the main Facebook app.
While Facebook hasn’t announced the availability of its dark mode feature Press room website yet, a company spokesperson confirmed the release of the XDA developer features. According to the report, the spokesperson said that Facebook was aware that people had been requesting dark mode for a while, and that the option will soon be visible in the Facebook app settings as the company rolls out the feature at the level. world.