Facebook had revealed a huge redesign of its popular Messenger app back in May last year, during its annual developer conference F8. Since then, the business has actually been presenting changes gradually across the world. Facebook Messenger is a popular app thinking about a great deal of individuals on the social media use it for interacting with their family and friends. Facebook had assured a dark mode in its Messenger app last year and it appears like the company is now testing it in several nations.
Well known app teardown specialist Jane Manchun Wong tweeted that Facebook has actually begun testing dark mode within the Messenger app, but only in specific countries. Wong also added that the new dark mode isn’t available all over yet and Facebook issues a ‘Work in Progress’ warning within the app for the same factor.
Earlier, Wong had the ability to trigger the function and she later tweeted screenshots of Messenger’s upcoming dark mode. As expected, it turns the white background colors into black and the text into white. Nevertheless, as Facebook states in its caution, there are a few subtle details that are still white.
Back in October in 2015, Facebook had released a revamped variation of its Messenger app. The whole concept behind the redesign was to streamline the app and make it easier for its users to chat, make video calls, and more.
Facebook hasn’t revealed where it is presently evaluating the new dark mode in Messenger. The feature is offered under the ‘Me’ area in Messenger if your nation is presently supported for the test. The caution message released while the function is made it possible for likewise clarifies that Facebook is still putting ‘ending up touches’ to the dark mode.
This isn’t the very first time Facebook Messenger users are getting dark mode. Earlier in September last year, some users reported getting dark mode in the Messenger app before it was rolled back.
With Facebook apparently evaluating the new dark mode again, it does not seem like the final variation is too far now. For those who spend hours chatting on the Messenger app may appreciate the dark mode as it tends to be a little simpler on the eyes. Facebook Messenger presently has over 1.3 billion monthly users around the world.