How to Enable Dark Mode on Facebook

Facebook is the most widely used social media platform in the world. You can connect and share ideas with people from many countries. The usage of Facebook for day-to-day activities has risen astronomically.

In recent times, Facebook launched the dark theme mode, a discernable trend in mobile platform these days. For instance, Youtube introduced a dark mode theme not long ago. Facebook Dark mode theme is available for use and accessible on Desktop, Android and iOS mode. This post will explore how to enable Facebook dark mode.

Benefits Of Facebook Dark Mode:

Facebook Dark mode comes with numerous benefits. It facilitates visual ergonomics by lowering straining of the eyes, this makes it easier to use the app at dark areas or dim environment. It is amazing to note that it enables the adjustment of the screen to reflect varying light conditions.

Furthermore, Facebook Dark mode is energy-saving and lower the utilisation of battery power. This means it helps your battery last longer, so you can use your phone without charging for long.

To enable Facebook dark mode, follow the steps below:

How to Enable Facebook Lite Dark Mode

You can now enable Dark Mode on Facebook lite in both iOS and Android phones. The steps below will guide you in accessing the Facebook Lite Dark Mode on your iPhone or Android.

  • Start by updating the version of your Facebook Lite app.
  • Log in your Facebook details after installing the app and tapping it open.
  • Tap on the menu at the upper right corner
  • Now Scroll Down till you see dark mode.
  • Now Toggle it ON,
  • Boom!. you are now on Facebook dark mode.

But if you are yet to access the dark mode Enable toggle after following our instruction, it might be due to the fact that the feature has not been approved for your country or your Facebook account is very old as new accounts can readily access this feature.

If you have Facebook lite installed and running on your iPhone and you wish to Enable dark mode on it kindly follow the above process because its the same thing with android.

To enable Dark Mode on the Facebook main app, follow the steps below:

  • Login to the Official Facebook App
  • Click on the menu bar at the top right.
  • Scroll down to Settings.
  • Switch the dark mode to ON.

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Enable Facebook Dark Mode On Android Through Third-Party App

If you access Facebook via browser or you prefer using Facebook at night or in an environment with inadequate lighting, follow the steps below:

First, Download Kiwi Browser on your Android through Play Store.

  • Install the App And Launch It.
  • Search For Dark Reader in the address bar. click on the first link.
  • You will be taken to Google Chrome Extension Page
  • Click on ADD TO CHROME.
  • Now Enable the Extension and you are good to go.
  • Now visit Facebook with the browser and you will have Dark Mode Enabled.

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Your default mobile browser does not have a dark mode feature, so the KIWI browser is a sure bet to enjoy dark mode Facebook via mobile.

How to Enable Dark Mode on The New Facebook for PC

If you are using the old version of the Facebook web, you may not find the Facebook dark mode. Meanwhile, it is accessible on the new Facebook web.

Facebook new dark mode feature is not available for all users. But if you get a message from Facebook which invites you to check out the new dark mode web interface, you’d have to use that route to access it.

  • Login to your Facebook Account
  • Click on the drop-down arrow  which is located at the top right corner.
  • You will be switched to the new Facebook user interface.
  • Now Click on the drop-down arrow  which is located at the top right corner.
  • Toggle the dark mode Switch to ON.
  • You Facebook will appear just like the below image.

If you can’t access the switch to new Facebook , it means the version has not been approved for your region or country. You have to exercise patience because the feature will be rolled out to all Facebook users.

 

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