The arrival of Dark Mode for WhatsApp earlier this week also served as a reminder that Facebook still does not have its own Dark Mode option, despite that it was seen testing various elements by last year.
Back in August, Jane Manchun Wong reported that Facebook dark mode was in development, and posted a screenshot of the option for trial.
At the time, various other Twitter users and testers also shared their own examples of Facebook’s dark mode in testing, but since then, we haven’t seen many significant updates.
Till now. This week, Wong has posted some new images of Facebook’s upcoming Dark Mode, now looking a lot better than before.
Facebook continues to refine Dark Mode in their app— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) March 6, 2020
It looks a lot nicer than the early prototype that I found 160 days ago: https://t.co/X5tAZuIlPz
FB’s @alexvoica told me the mobile engineers have been testing the Dark Mode for iOS and Android pic.twitter.com/CkMuiQxEvp
In addition, when I logged into my Facebook account on my laptop, I also had the option to switch to the new version of Facebook, where I can choose Dark Mode and Light Mode. Apart from this, the entire design of Facebook has also been changed.
The images will no doubt excite fans of the dark mode. As you can see, the improved color palette looks more integrated, and is easier on the eye, while also aligning with the dark theme.
The dark mode options are a strange fantasy, with alternate color formats following their own passionate sparking. What I mean to say is that the Dark Mode tool has health benefits that give people a reason to love them. In addition, it almost provides a new experience to its users.
Somehow, people are crazy about the dark mode options and Facebook variations, when it finally arrives it will be adopted very well.
Finally, Dark Mode appears on Facebook and Facebook Lite, though only for some users. For iOS users, there are always ways to switch the dark mode process through your iOS settings, but this is a bit rough.
If you want the real thing, then you just have to wait – but going to these latest examples, it seems as if an actual Facebook Dark Mode is not far away.