Currently the vibes of dark mode feature flowing over all the popular social media Apps.
While YouTube and Twitter are already been affected by this vibe and offering this feature to their users.
Few days back report came from WABetaInfo that the dark mode feature is still in development stages for WhatsApp and may hit the platform very soon.
Now a report has come from Android Police, that Facebook found to be testing the dark mode on its messaging platform Messenger but in some selected countries.
But there is no clearance on the name of selected countries where it testing the dark mode feature.
In May last year, Facebook redesigned its Messenger app during its annual developer conference F8.
Since then it continues the process of adding new exciting features to Messenger to keep its users busy.
As Facebook Messenger is a widely used app by most of the people all over the world and dark mode feature grabbing lots of demand from the audience.
So, to keep its Promise that Facebook had made in last year, it finally stars testing the most awaited ‘dark mode’ feature on Messenger.
Facebook Messenger is testing Dark Mode in the new UI
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) October 5, 2018
According to the well-known app teardown expert Jane Manchun Wong, Facebook Messenger is finally starting to test the dark mode but only in some specific countries, and it’s still incomplete.
On Wednesday, a Facebook spokesperson said in an email statement: “We’re conducting a small test of the dark mode in a handful of markets and we don’t have anything further to share at this time”.
As per the screenshot provided by Wong, If you are in the selected countries where Facebook conducting the test of ‘dark mode’ feature on Messenger, you can able to see dark mode toggle in the ‘Me’ section of the app.
A warning message will pop up which will be written “While we put the finishing touches on dark mode, it won’t appear everywhere in Messenger”, under the heading ‘Work in Progress’.
Though it isn’t clear that the pop up will appear when you toggle on in settings or loading the section which contains it.
If you are in the selected regions and decided to enable the dark mode on Messenger, be careful at night time as the incomplete dark mode might switch back to its original colors could unexpectedly blind you.