Facebook Messenger dark mode now rolling out worldwide

Facebook Messenger dark mode now rolling out worldwide
Facebook has been widely testing Messenger's dark mode for about a month now, and while the feature might have been available for everyone, you couldn't enable it from the settings menu.

 The only way to enable dark mode in Messenger was to send a crescent moon emoji in any chat, an Easter Egg activation available on both Android and iOS platforms.

Starting today, Facebook is making it easier for everyone to enable and disable the dark mode in Messenger by adding a toggle in the Settings menu. To activate the feature, simply tap your profile photo in Messenger to access settings and toggle dark mode to switch the chat from white to dark.

According to Facebook, the new dark mode for Messenger should provide lower brightness while maintaining the same contrast and vibrancy. The new feature should also remove the glare from the phone for use in low light situations, which should allow users to take advantage of Messenger regardless of where they are.

Facebook mentions that the dark mode is already available globally in Messenger settings, although some users may have to wait a few more days for the new feature to arrive. If you haven't used the Easter Egg activation yet, now would be a good time to try it out using the new toggle in the settings.

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