After the successful
launch of the dark mode for the desktop interface, Facebook is now gearing up to
test the dark mode for its mobile users.
SocialMedia Today has
revealed that the dark mode is made available to a small fragment of Facebook
users. The intention is to cut down on the glare, especially in low-light
environments. However, there’s no official announcement regarding when this mode
will be accessible to all users.
When you come to think
of it, Facebook is quite late to the party considering WhatsApp and Instagram
have already gone on dark mode for quite some time now. Twitter already has a super
famous dark mode for both Android and iOS apps. In fact, even Google launched a
dark mode for its app earlier this year. So, why did Facebook wait for so long
to join the bandwagon?
Source: Tech News
Low-light and dark mode
options allow users to elevate their experience. This way, they can change the
backdrop and color of the app.
It’s not only easy to use but also aesthetically
pleasing. But the best advantage that this dark mode has to offer is that it
preserves the battery life of the device to a large degree.