Monday 15 April 2019
Books – Assem Al-Ansari:
Facebook has added an option to the Messenger application settings menu, which allows access to the night mode, and is being deployed worldwide, allowing 1.3 billion people to use Messenger.
Facebook had provided this dark situation before, but it was hidden. The moonlight had to be sent to anyone in an individual or group chat to get it, but it was no longer necessary.
"Now people will be able to get this situation through the settings," Facebook wrote in a publication.
Anyone can get the dark mode by clicking on the profile photo to move them to the relevant settings menu, where they see the feature next to the option labeled Dark Mode.
According to the Arab technical news portal, activating this option switches the traditional bright palette to the application and instead gets a low contrast appearance, so that the background is black and the text color is white.
The new dark mode of Messenger will also slightly increase the battery life of OLED-enabled phones.