After Android OS, Facebook Dark Mode Feature will be Rolling Out for Desktop Users
The dark mode feature on applications and websites is becoming the most preferred interface nowadays and everyone desires to get their hands on it.
Most of the mobile applications and their desktop versions have already started offering the theme, such as Twitter and YouTube. Many smartphones have also updated their UI with a dark theme and they are successfully running in the market. Similarly, many applications have also included dark theme and now they are gradually making their way to the desktop as well.
At first, Facebook launched the dark mode for messaging app, Messenger, as well as the photo-sharing platform, Instagram for Android users. After a successful response to these particular sections, Facebook introduced the dark mode in the entire interface on Android. Apart from that, WhatsApp the third major application from Facebook also seems to be on the verge of obtaining the dark mode.
Instagram users do not get the dark mode by default as the users are required to activate it from settings. For proper use of Instagram dark mode, users have to upgrade their devices to either iOS 13 or Android 10, and the application as well.
For desktop users, Facebook has not officially launched the dark mode yet, some accounts reported to get invitations for testing the theme in its Beta version before they launch it globally. Moreover, Facebook also seems to be working on a shortcut toggle switch for easy shifting from dark to light and vice versa.