All that's left to do is to go to your profile page in the app, and you will be greeted with an option to turn the Dark Mode on. The feature arrives following several other recent dark mode app developments as Google prepares for native dark mode support in Android Q. While rumor of the long-awaited Dark Mode has been circulating for a while now, it seems that Facebook may finally be testing the new feature.
Dark mode is honestly such a blessing to the eyes, especially when you're using apps so late at night. I unlocked the mode by messaging a spammy Facebook bot.
Enabling the mode is done in a bit of an odd way: You have to send a moon emoji to someone, specifically the half crescent.
I attempted the following steps from my iPhone, confirming that the steps do indeed work - if Facebook has activated the feature for your account.
If you think just any old moon emoji would work, however, you'd be wrong; it's the specific, faceless crescent moon seen in the images above (I feel like the dark moon might have been more appropriate but I'll get over it).
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Tap on the moon emoji in the chat after you send it.
Once done, a whole load of moons with tongue wagging drop down and confirms the presence of dark mode.
The popup will instruct you to head to settings to enable it.
So, which version do you prefer?