Messenger 'Dark Mode' Is Available, Both Android And iOS Devices

Anil - Apr 19, 2019


Messenger 'Dark Mode' Is Available, Both Android And iOS Devices

'Dark Mode' is now available in the 'Settings' panel of Messenger.

Along with some recent controversies, Facebook has talked about the release of the Dark Mode in its messaging app for both iOS and Android devices. The feature now is available for users to simply activate via settings. Prior to this, Messenger users who want to experience the Dark Mode did have to send an emoji of a crescent moon in their conversations. According to Facebook, its latest Messenger mode will provide lower brightness while maintaining contrast and vibrancy.

Dark Mode Header

Dating back to 2018, the feature had its first debut but it was only available for some select users in the testing phase. Users did have to deliver a message which contains a ‘crescent moon’ emoji then see the prompt of a flash notification. Of course, Messenger functions a switch for the mode in the Settings panel.

Facebook Messenger Dark Mode

For those who want a try on the latest feature, the mode now is available in the Settings page within the platform. By a simple tap on their profile photos, users will able to see a toggle button that activates ‘Dark Mode’. Apart from that, Facebook has sill kept on the old method for people who like to try the ‘Easter Egg’ activation. Thanks to the new configuration, users do not need to go through all of that.

The rise of the dark mode is growing among other platforms as well. While Google is reportedly working on a Night Mode with its Android Q, South Korean tech giant Samsung has also done this with the OneUI in the user interface. The mode is supposed to help smartphones keep the battery for a longer lifetime.

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