Facebook Dark Mode
When Android 9, aka Android Pie, was launched, it was seen as a battery optimizer. The reason behind this is more optimized and smooth User Interface. But the other main reason is the Dark mode. Dark mode, as the name suggests, forces the system to adapt a dark black theme. It is seen with black light along with some shades of grey. It forces the system to adjust to using less light. Yes, The Facebook Dark Mode will be updated soon.
The advantage of this feature is that it reduces the blue light. Blue light, due to its higher intensity, may affect our eyes. Blue light creates strain in our eyes. As a result of dark mode, blue light decreases; hence our eye strain decreases. This is very helpful, especially during the night or in places where light intensity is very low or dark.
Due to the use of lesser screen brightness, battery consumption is also less. As a result, it reduces the use of the charger. Also, the dark theme looks perfect and is very enjoyable while using phones. Android 10 has a system-wide dark mode, which forces even apps to dark mode. But in Android 9, only those apps follow this feature which is dark mode enabled. So following the trend, most apps are now Dark Mode compatible. This also includes social messaging apps like Hike and Whatsapp. But Facebook was far behind this trend. It enabled this feature even in its own Messenger, Whatsapp and Instagram. So users were demanding this feature continuously. But here is the good news. Now Facebook also has it. So users let’s enjoy this feature.
Facebook Dark Mode: How To Enable It In Android
First, download the latest version of the Facebook Lite app on your Android smartphone. Probably it will come to the iPhone users in the days to come. After downloading the application, log in to your account. Then head to the Settings menu. Scroll down the ‘Dark Mode’ option and turn it on. You’ll be able to turn off or on the feature when you need it. After turning on the option, the Facebook user interface will turn dark.
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How To Enable It In Browser
Visit “chrome://flags/#enable-force-dark” in the address bar. Change the first option you see from ‘Default’ to ‘Enabled’. You’ll be prompted to re-launch the browser, so make sure you save your ongoing work. When Chrome re-opens, you’ll find that every site you visit, including Facebook, colours are dark.