Facebook after rolling out dark mode for its desktop version is now working on a dark mode for its mobile apps as well. Social Media expert, Matt Navarra revealed that Facebook is working on this addition in a tweet. Facebook has made dark mode accessible to a small portion of its users globally and it is not certain when the platform will fully launch it.
The dark mode option for Facebook's desktop version is aimed to reduce glare, especially in low-light environments.Facebook appears to be rolling out Dark Mode... https://t.co/qSfDa8d51e— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) June 26, 2020
Given that Facebook-owned apps Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram got the dark mode some time ago, it is surprising that Facebook has not already launched it. Even Google and Twitter have released dark modes for their apps earlier.
The low-light and dark-mode options allow users to switch the themes of their app window to black, and it is not just famous because it is good for the eyes and that it is visually appealing to many people but because it also help users save their battery life.
If you have not already gotten the feature, wait around, it might reach you soon!