Everybody enjoys a dark mode option for their apps, and there’s no wonder why: it relaxes the eyes, improves battery life, and more. Facebook users on iPhones had to face plenty of months of delay for having a dark mode of the app, but the wait is finally over.
The dark mode for Facebook is now rolling out globally for iOS users, and you can see a glimpse of it below:
Facebook is publicly testing Dark Mode! 🌙
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) October 30, 2020
Facebook remains the world’s most popular social network, as it has over 2.6 billion monthly active users. The number of those who use the service from mobile devices is growing, and an official statement says:
The Facebook app does more than help you stay connected with your friends and interests. It’s also your personal organizer for storing, saving and sharing photos. It’s easy to share photos straight from your Android camera, and you have full control over your photos and privacy settings. You can choose when to keep individual photos private or even set up a secret photo album to control who sees it.
Facebook aims to unify all of its messaging platforms in the near future, a process that already begun by the fact that Messenger users can interact with those from Instagram. Therefore, Messenger, Instagram, and even WhatsApp will be fused into a single entity where all of the conversations that a user ever had via all those three apps will be found.
Without a doubt, Facebook has its flaws like being too intrusive for the lives of users or insisting that they would use their real names, but nobody can deny the list of benefits.
Making yourself a Facebook account is free of charge and it will always be like that according to what the staff of the company says.