Facebook Rolled Out “Dark Mode” For Its “Lite”2 min read

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In an unexpected move, Facebook started out dark mode to its ‘Lite’ app before its standard mobile experience. We knew Facebook was dealing with a dark mode for its apps for quite a while. It began with the declaration of a visual revive — named Facebook 5 — that was uncovered at the company’s 2019 F8 developer conference.

Furthermore, tinkerer Jane Manchun Wong revealed code in the Facebook app that affirmed the social media monster was creating dark mode. Nonetheless, while everybody was hanging tight for Facebook to turn out dark mode in its principle app, the company snuck it out in its Facebook Lite app.

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Lite is a version of Facebook intended for individuals with more slow connections, or for individuals who need to save money on data usage. It’s additionally significantly littler, coming at 2.21MB contrasted with the ordinary Facebook app’s 159MB, making it an incredible matching for smartphones without a great deal of capacity.

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The new structure emulated Facebook’s Messenger app upgrade and turned out to mobile not long after. The desktop version of the revive started turning out to certain users prior to this year. Since the Facebook app and desktop experience were moving to coordinate the Messenger experience, it appeared to be likely that Facebook would increase dark mode as Messenger had it.

Here is how you can enable “Dark Mode” in Facebook Lite:

Unfortunately, Facebook Lite’s dark mode doesn’t follow the Android framework dark mode toggle. At the end of the day, you’ll need to physically open Facebook Lite and switch the toggle at whatever point you need to enable or disable dark mode. Further, iOS users in Canada are stuck between a rock and a hard place right now. Facebook Lite right now isn’t accessible on the App Store in Canada.

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