Excellent on Messenger first thing in the morning can feel a bit like waking up with a flashbang, especially if your smartphone has a special light screen.
However, this problem may soon be a thing of the past, with the renowned app teardown expert Jane Manchun Wong revealing on Twitter that the Android version of Facebook's popular messaging program is currently testing its upcoming "darkness" mode & # 39; as reported by Android Police.
The catch? The test is currently only available to select users in some countries – neither Facebook nor Wong have specified which regions have access but based on TechRadar testing that did not include the US or Australia upon writing.
Facebook Messenger tests Dark mode in the new UiPreviously: https://t.co/vT6WoKikPm pic.twitter.com/A6ETE45BPNOctober 5, 2018
According to Wong, users with access to Messenger & # 39; s new dark mode find a switch for the setting in the app & # 39; Me & # 39; -department.
Of course, as the new mode is only in the test phase, it is far from complete – a message from in-app work going on from Facebook states that "while ending the touch in dark mode, it won appear not everywhere in Messenger. "
Facebook Messenger, apparently due to prolonged external nagging, has started public testing Dark Mode in some countries. They have set a good warning that Dark Mode is not everywhere, but then do not complain when any user interface burns your eyes before: https://t.co/9fCvbYXS5Z pic.twitter.com/wF3w5hsHfhDecember 31, 2018  The dark fashion test comes short of a recent minimalist user interface, which saw Messenger reduce its number of tabs and refine some of its clunkier design aspects.
It is unclear when Messenger's dark mode will roll out to more territories, but we keep you updated when it does.