Facebook Finally Rollout Dark Mode Feature On IOS

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:

Facebook Dark Mode1. 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.

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To be Default iOS Search Engine, How Much Do Google Have To Pay Apple?

A lucrative deal between Apple and Google is in the United States Justice Department’s target. The deal itself is as part of one of the U.S. Government’s largest antitrust cases, reports The New York Times.

On Tuesday, the Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google. Claiming that the Mountain View-based company used anticompetitive and exclusionary practices in the search and advertising markets to maintain an unlawful monopoly.

In a 2017 agreement, Apple updated on its devices to keep Google’s search engine as the preselected option. The New York Times reports that Google pays Apple estimated 8 to 12 billion dollars per year in exchange for making its search engine as default on Apple devices and services. This might be the single Google’s biggest payment that it makes to anyone. And to Apple, it accounts for 14 to 21 percent of itss annual profits.


Apple and Google

The deal from Apple and Google is claimed that is representative of illegal tactics used to protect Google’s monopoly and stifle competition. According to the Justice Department, the traffic comes from Apple devices takes almost one half of Google’s search traffic; and the prospect of losing the agreement has been described as “terrifying” and a “code red” scenario within the company. Due to Google’s system of ads, search traffic is integral to its business model.

Apple is likewise coming under fire for facilitating anticompetitive behavior by acquiescing to the deal and extracting more money with regular renegotiations. Although the two companies are competitors in Silicon Valley; the agreement is to be part of “an unlikely union of rivals.”

The legal intervention poses a damage to a significant chunk of Apple’s revenue. But for Google, it is a bigger danger. Google seemingly have no way to replace the traffic it would lose. And may be, Apple will acquire or build its own search engine, which could in turn pose an even greater threat to Google.

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Top New Games Releasing On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Week — August 23-29, 2020

New Games Releasing this week: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition

New Games Releasing date: August 27th

Available on: PS4, Switch, iOS, Android

New Games Releasing this week
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition

After a delay, this GameCube remaster is just a few weeks away. The re-release has better graphics, new music arrangements, and even some additional dungeons. What’s more, there will be a demo on day one that’ll let you explore three full dungeons with players who own the full game.

New Games Releasing this week: Surgeon Simulator 2

Release date: August 27th

Available on: PC

New Games Releasing this week
Surgeon Simulator 2

The goofball surgery sim is back, and this time you can play it in co-op. That means up to four surgeons running around and making a mess of medical procedures. Additionally, the sequel lets you move about the entire hospital, so you’ll have to track down the tools and other items you need for each surgery.

New Games Releasing this week: Tell Me Why: Chapter One

Release date: August 27th

Available on: Xbox One, PC

Tell Me Why: Chapter One
Tell Me Why: Chapter One

Life Is Strange developer Dontnod is back with another narrative adventure game. It stars twins Alyson and Tyler, dealing with childhood memories as they return home. Tyler, a transgender man, has transitioned prior to the twins’ return home, and the game will explore his childhood and the lead-up to his decision to do so. You’ll have your own decisions to make, too: you choose which of the twins’ memories to embrace, changing the outcome of the story.

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Release date: August 27th

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch

Captain Tsubasa
Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Captain Tsubasa is for both sports and manga fans, since it’s based on the Shonen Jump soccer series. As with any soccer game, your goal is to score goals and defend your own net. But it wouldn’t be Captain Tsubasa without letting you pull off tons of over-the-top super moves on the field.

Madden NFL 21

Release date: August 28th

Available on: PS4, Xbox One, PC

Madden NFL 21
Madden NFL 21

It’s that time of year again. This 2020 Madden game’s big new feature is the Skill stick, which lets you chain together special moves on both offense and defense. If you can’t wait any longer, good news: Madden 21 can be played right now.

They’re not featured in this episode of New Releases, but you can also get your hands on Wasteland 3 and Project Cars 3 this week. Both launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on August 28. The next episode of New Releases will take a look at some of the biggest games of September, including Marvel’s Avengers and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2.

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