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.
Facebook is publicly testing Dark Mode! 🌙— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) October 30, 2020
You asked it, I chatted with Facebook’s @alexvoica about it and here’s a video made in collaboration with Facebook! pic.twitter.com/TGjdTXDxoP
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.
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