After launching a dark mode for its desktop interface, Facebook reportedly is checking out a dark mode for its mobile apps as neatly. It’s best to be had for “a small share of customers globally at the moment,” according to SocialMedia Today.
Facebook introduced a dark mode as a part of its desktop redesign remaining month.
Users who’ve the brand new dark mode on mobile tweeted screenshots of what it looks as if:
It’s a bit unexpected it’s taken this lengthy for Facebook to roll out a mobile dark mode; its Instagram, and WhatsApp apps have dark mode already, as does Facebook Messenger. Twitter has had a model of evening mode for its Android and iOS apps for a while, or even Google rolled out a dark mode for its app previous this 12 months.
Low-light and dark mode varieties — which enable customers to switch the background colour of an app window to black— are well-liked now not best as a result of they make apps more straightforward to view for some customers and are a bit extra aesthetically fulfilling, however as a result of maximum dark mode variations can assist maintain a tool’s battery existence as neatly.
We’ve reached out to Facebook for extra details about when the dark mode may be to be had in its apps for all customers and can replace once we listen again.