Dark Mode is becoming more and more popular nowadays. Many social media sites have added it, including YouTube. So we have been waiting for quite a while for Facebook to introduce it, as well.
The Dark Mode for Facebook is available on many devices. But it’s actually not that simple. There are many platforms to keep in mind. Here’s how to get Dark Mode on Facebook.
How to enable it on PC
Everyone wants Dark Mode on Facebook, and that’s a fact. Just recently, Facebook has changed the entire appearance of their website and transformed it into New Facebook. The classic Facebook does not come with a Dark Mode, but this one does. So you will have to switch to New Facebook. In order to do so, login to your Facebook account and go to the upper part of the screen. In the status bar, click or tap the downward-facing arrow. Then, select Switch to New Facebook. You can always switch back to the classic mode.
Then, you will need to go to the same downward-facing arrow menu and move the slider next to the Dark Mode option, and there you go.
Can I get Dark Mode without the New Facebook?
The answer is yes, you can. All you need to do is install the NightEye browser extension. You can enjoy the free version, which will turn your entire web browser to dark mode, or you can opt for the paid version, with lots of other features.
How to enable it on iOS and Android Messenger
In order to enable Dark Mode on iOS Messenger, you will have to go to your profile picture, that’s found in the upper-left corner of the screen, and tap on it. Then, tap on the Dark Mode option. Then select On.
However, if you’re using Facebook Lite, you might be among the lucky ones who have this feature available in their country. Go to those three horizontal lines that are found in the upper-right corner of the screen. You’ll see a list – look for the Dark Mode option. Tap on it and turn it on.
Now you can enjoy Dark Mode without any problems.
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