New Dark Mode UI For Facebook Messenger In The Works

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Published:


  • Facebook Messenger is rumoured to be set for an UI overhaul
  • Is your FB Messengers getting the reported Dark Mode UI?

There seems to be a new Dark Mode  UI under test in Facebook Messenger application. In this regard, you could launch the FB messenger and check if you are an “eligible” tester of the rumoured dark mode.

At this juncture, renowned social media tipster Jane Manchun Wong had recently taken to Twitter to hint at new changes that Facebook was apparently testing with respect to UI. Here, it was also clearly hinted that these new tests were only in select countries of the world. Also, Android Police seemingly confirms these assumptions by stating that the dark mode could become a reality as this apparently new aspect is said to be under test in select economies.

However, the testing of the Facebook Messenger Dark Mode is still yet to achieve completion; this means that it should still take a while before Facebook analyses the feedbacks of these reported tests completely before rolling out new changes. At this point in time, it should not do harm for you to check out your FB Messenger application to check for the new Dark Mode (which is still under test reportedly). Do share thoughts and insights on new changes you desire to witness within FB Messenger in the near future.

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