Today, virtually every popular Android application offers users the ability to use Dark Mode. This mode completely transforms the application's color palette, replacing traditional white with black, making all use less aggressive to the eye.
After launching Dark Mode for Messenger earlier this year, Facebook is now preparing to launch the desired mode for its Android app as well.
Dark interface will surely become the most popular among users
Once again, the information comes to us through the inevitable Jane Wong, who shows us a screenshot of the alleged night mode. As you would expect, the vast majority of colors are dark, creating small contrasts with pastel colors.
However, it seems that Facebook will not use black for its Dark Mode, but a dark gray. This decision may leave some users disappointed as they will not be able to make the most of their AMOLED screens in this hue.
Dark Mode may still take a while to reach Facebook for Android
Unfortunately, Jane herself states that the implementation of Dark Mode can be found in some areas of the application, stating that it may still be "a while" before it is ready for a global release.
Even through the published image, you can see that it is far from finished. At the top of the screen we can still see several areas with white hues, and some areas already dark gray still have the text in black. These are details that we saw happen in virtually all applications that were still in the early stages of Dark Mode development.
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