Published: Tue, February 18, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Facebook Lite gets dark mode-some users already seeing the toggle

Facebook Lite gets dark mode-some users already seeing the toggle

The UI is blocky, there are no animations, fancy features, and moreover, there's not that much stuff going on in the backend compared to the regular Facebook app. Dark mode is now available for a limited number of users.

Despite not showing enough will to roll out dark mode in its main app, Facebook Lite is already rolling out to some users. To do it, click the hamburger menu at the top bar and scroll till you find the Dark Mode toggle directly beneath the Settings alternative. The apps and even the operating system itself turn into completely dark themed colors instead of any color, the most dominant of these colors, of course, is black. You'll notice Dark Mode immediately popping out.

For those unaware, Facebook Lite is a stripped-down version of the normal Facebook app.

Because Facebook has begun to bring dark mode support to the Facebook Lite application developed separately for low data usage. Dark Mode turns the iOS surface more intriguingly in terms of design.

Facebook Lite, now getting a dark mode on its Android app.

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If you don't see any signs of dark fashion in your app, don't worry.

Other apps in Facebook's family have been more progressive in this respect.

Dark mode is all the rage these days and it relaxes the eyes, saves battery on certain displays and just looks a lot nicer than the light mode we've been using for ages.

Other applications in Facebook's household have actually been extra dynamic in this regard.

Applications that now support dark mode for Android, iOS or both include Feedly, Reddit, Pocket Casts, the Amazon Kindle application, Evernote, Firefox, Opera, Outlook, Slack, Pinterest, Wikipedia, Pocket, Instapaper and nearly all applications developed by Apple or Google. That application was the desktop version of Facebook Messenger.

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