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Facebook dark mode feature rolling out for desktop users: All you need to know

The dark mode feature on apps and websites is fast becoming the most preferred one nowadays and everyone desires to get their hands on it, on every app and site they are using.

Most of the mobile apps and their desktop versions are already offering the theme, for instance, Twitter. Well, most of the apps have already updated their UI to include dark theme, however, they are also gradually making their way to the desktop versions.

Adding to the list, Facebook is also rolling out its dark theme on its desktop site. Facebook last month confirmed testing the Dark Mode for its desktop users. Now, more users are getting the Dark Mode on their Facebook desktop.

Albeit, the social platform has not officially launched the dark mode to everyone yet, some accounts reported that Facebook is sending invitations to few to test the theme in its Beta version before rolling out the stable version to all users globally.

The theme will be dark, just like the name suggests and Facebook’s logo will appear on the dark background.

You can see the transition from white to black as the theme for your desktop site on this tweet that was shared after Facebook sent an invitation to the user:

As seen in the tweet, the Facebook look is still blue over a black background rather than a white one. Moreover, the world’s biggest the social media platform is also making the switch from dark to light theme easier with the shortcut toggle switch. There’s another shortcut to revert to “Classic Facebook.”

However, Facebook-owned photo-sharing app Instagram has already rolled out the dark mode feature on its app months ago. However, it is yet to release the same for its desktop version. Apart from that, Facebook’s popular social messaging app WhatsApp is also testing Dark Mode feature for both iOS and Android apps and if you want to use the feature on WhatsApp Web right now, you may do so by following these steps listed on this link.

Source: Livemint