Dark mode is now available in Facebook's popular Messenger chat app.
Once the emoji has been sent, users should see a shower of crescent moon emojis parade down the interface -similar to the balloon and confetti eruption that appears when leaving a "congrats" comment on a friend's status update.
"It also worked on our Android smartphones in India and over at headquarters, both on Android and iOS, so it's safe to say it's widespread and will be coming officially sooner rather than later", it added.
The dark mode on Facebook Messenger is hidden behind a nice emoji.
They have a very interesting way of activating the feature: Sending a moon emoji to a person in your contact list.
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"Messenger's dark mode provides lower brightness while maintaining contrast and vibrancy".
The firm debuted Dark Mode today weeks ahead of schedule, allowing users to access the feature through a 'hidden, limited-time only experience'. Personally, I'm not a fan because I get headaches from reverse type in general, but if you're interested in trying out this new feature, I've put the instructions below.
When you use Messenger now, you'll find that the app has a black background, the icons that were once blue are white, and overall, it's easier on the eyes. If you do receive the pop-up without the raining emoji, double-tap the message or restart the app.
I've only been playing around with it for a day, but so far I also haven't run into spots where the dark mode doesn't work.
Force quit the Messenger app and restart it, then try again.