Facebook begun to publicly test the Dark Mode. Users will be able to look the Dark Theme option under the Settings & Privacy section. Alexandru Voica, Facebook’s EMEA Communications Manager, authenticated the news to engineer Jane Manchun Wong. Last week, Manchun Wong had posted a video in collaboration with the social media major informing that this feature will be rolled out to more users.
Above all, Dark Mode permits users to switch to a dark background. It’s better for battery consumption and reduces strain on the eyes as well. In other words, the dark theme already actives for some Android Facebook users. And after that, the latest version of the Facebook app from Google Play Store will have a dark theme to get for your Android phone. It is worth noting that the dark theme feature is already available for desktops and Facebook Lite app users. Similarly, Facebook’s other apps WhatsApp and Instagram already have a dark theme on both iOS and Android versions.
How to enable Dark Mode on the phone?
– Touch on the three-dotted icon, which is located in the top right corner of the screen. – Scroll down and select the “Settings & Privacy”. – Find the “Dark Mode” option above the “Language” option and below the “Your Time on Facebook”. – It will let to choose between On, Off, or System.
In addition, keep in mind that Facebook has done a full roll out for the Dark Theme on iOS but not everyone will see the feature just yet.
It has been 400 days since Apple first introduced dark mode in iOS 13. Dark Mode for Facebook finally appears to be rolling out for iOS users globally after months of delay and stop-start testing.
Dark Mode for Facebook app first surfaced in April and by June a small percentage of users had access to the setting. So we expected that the company was gradually rolling out the feature for testing purposes.
However, propagation has been glacially slow ever since, and it’s only in the last couple of days that more and more users report that they’re seeing the option under Settings & Privacy within the app’s Menu tab.
Check out your Facebook app now and try its new DarkMode:
1. Make sure that your Facebook app is the lastest version one. 2. In Facebook’s interface, tap menu tab (the three line on the bottom-right) 3. Tap <Setting & Privacy) 4. Look for new Dark Mode option 5. Turn it on to change the app to Dark Mode
Confirmation that Dark Mode is rolling out in earnest on iOS and Android came courtesy of app hacker Jane Manchun Wong, who made a video in collaboration with Facebook and shared it on Twitter.
On the Facebook’s website, Dark Mode has been available for a while now. Messenger and Instagram – the two Facebook’s app have long featured Dark Mode. So it’s unclear why the company’s flagship app took longer to gain the feature.
Google’s Gmail app was the last major app to get Dark Mode, following a similar patchy rollout beset by inconsistent functionality.
Realme announced its Realme C15 back in July. Boosting a MediaTek Helio G35 processor paired with a 6000 mAh battery. And a lot of beef in a budget range. 28th October 2020, Realme has unveiled the Realme C15 Qualcomm Edition. That takes it a step further with the inclusion of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC.
Realme C15 Released with Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 Chipset
Realme C15 packs it a similar 6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 720×1600 pixels and a 270 PPI density with a Mini Drop notch. And it has an unspecified version of Corning Gorilla Glass on top for protection. The build quality is the same with plastic frame, front glass and a plastic back that justifies its pricing as well.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC is equipped in the mantle along with 4GB, 3GB RAM options and 64GB, 32GB internal storage options. The phone runs on the latest Realme UI 1.0 based on Android 10. Realme UI 1.0 is constantly refined thanks to the developers at Realme and the inputs by users .
On the front, the phone comes with the same 13+8+2+2MP AI Quad camera setup. Like its G35 counterpart alongside an 8MP selfie camera. Both the setups are only capable of recording videos at [email protected] The device is powered by a hefty 6000 mAh battery. Under the hood paired along with 18W fast charging which is pretty commendable.
At the back, C15 has the same geometric gradient design with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. And about the pricing, the 3 32GB trim is up for sale at Rs 9,999/-. And the higher 4 64GB trim is available at a price tag of Rs 10,999/-. Realme C15 enjoys introductory incentives from October 29 with a discount of Rs 500 / – on both models from Realme India. And it is also available on other major online channels and mainline stores.
As one of the most important apps on a smartphone, Google always makes tweaks to the Play Store. It is experimenting with a new change that compares similar apps head-to-head. Google makes this to help greatly improve usability and discoverability for developers. This is also let users decide which best fits their needs.
The Compare Apps shows up on specific app listings near the bottom of the page. When it appears, it will display popular apps that are similar to the current list. However, it is limited to a few popular media player. The comparison based completely on things like to ease of use and whether they support features like offline casting and playback.
Google Play Store Launches Compare Apps Feature
With so many apps in the Google Play Store, it can be hard for the best ones to rise to the top. Google usually asks short questions to people who leave app review. Comparing some of the options side by side so users can see their choices seems like a smart addition. It’s likely the data displayed is based partly on this kind of user feedback.
It’s been spotted in the wild on the version 22.4.28 of Google Play Store. Like many other tests Google does, there’s no telling when or if this is more widely implemented. And of course there may be some server-side components that will determine if the new app comparison is visible. Hopefully it hits the mainstream sooner rather than later — compared to the current Play Store app listing page. Users definitely like this one better.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War was launch this October. But there is a debate whether the game is a downgrade from Modern Warfare.
Black Ops Cold War has been compared to its predecessor since it was multiplayer leaked a few months back. In the Call of Duty life cycle, it is a natural part.
A big point of this appears to be due to the game’s graphical capabilities.
Compare Black Ops Cold War’s Graphics and Modern Warfare’s?
Despite Cold War doesn’t appear to look better than its older brother – Modern Warfare. Many argue that the game looks worse. However it isn’t strictly fact.
Yes, the Cold War’s graphics are different from Modern Warfare. But they’re also more stylized. Different studios have developed these two game, it’s hard to compare them.
Modern Warfare has a cleaner, more crisp graphical style. It also is commonly associated with better performance. However, Cold War is more colorful and vibrant in nature.
We can see some direct graphical comparisons in a video by Call of Duty YouTuber TheXclusiveAce. There’s not too much difference between the two titles in essence. Although Modern Warfare tens to have a much higher quality image and attention to detail.
It’s worth pointing out, though, that one common fan complaint is not being able to pick out enemies amongst the game’s background. Right now, Treyarch needs to take steps to improve enemy visibility if it wants to put graphical concerns to rest.
The fact that Black Ops Cold War has been developed for both current and next-gen consoles also means that its graphical capabilities have been stunted. Treyarch isn’t able to push the PS5 and Series X hardware when the game has to run on older consoles.
Cold War’s Gameplay And Than Modern Warfare, is there any one worse than the other?
It’s hard to answer this question,honestly. Some players would argue that Modern Warfare was a step back for the franchise.
Despite Infinity Ward taking a chance and adding new cover mechanics, the resulting gameplay of Modern Warfare has become far more defensive. Lots of users criticize the game for being slow and campy.
On the other hand, Cold War is a return to form for the fast-paced Call of Duty. Players are encouraged to run-and-gun, especially since SMGs were so powerful in the Beta.
This ‘Arcade-style’ gameplay is often seen as being more enjoyable, but it’s also not without its faults. The new changes to the sliding mechanic, which was very broken in the Beta is a poor decision on Treyarch’s part.
It’s hard to compare an unfinished product to the one that’s on the market at the present. However, the developer may well fix this exploitable technique to release the best production.
At the end, we’re still going to have to wait until the completed product is delivered to make any judgment. What’s more, Cold War will play best on a next-gen console. But we’re yet to experience it.
We need to give Black Ops Cold War time to impress us. And right now, Treyarch is giving us more of a glimpse into what’s to come.
Black Ops Cold War is teasing a return of a popular character In a new series of videos. At the end of the day, the game is certain to deliver an entertaining follow-up to the Black Ops campaign.