18 Mar 2020

Facebook Dark Mode ios 13:When it's Coming, And How to Check it Out Early

Facebook dark mode ios 13:when it's coming, and how to check it out early

Importance of Facebook dark mode
 Dark mode is a feature recently added by major app developers (except Facebook) to change the background of an application from white to black. This has a very huge advantage to the eyes.

Most people use their mobile device throughout the day and as a result, endangering their eyes via too much of exposure to light which suppresses the secretion of melatonin, a hormone needed for sleep which may also be accompanied by insomania, headache, or neck pain

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Here are the advantages derived from dark Mode

Battery Saving
Dark mode apps can prolong the battery life of your smartphone. Google has confirmed that using dark mode on OLED screens has been a huge help for battery life. For example, at 50% brightness, the Dark Mode interface in the YouTube app saves about 15% screen energy compared to a flat white background. At 100% screen brightness, the dark interface is saving a whopping 60% of screen energy. While OLED screens are mainly used by Android devices, lately there has been some good news for iPhone users also. Apple has promised to drop all LCD screens by 2020 and deliver all future generation devices with OLED screens. As both IOS and Android should get the native dark mode later in the year, it seems to be a promising upgrade to our phone's battery life.

Improved Readability of Text
Dark mode always make text reading very easy

 Reduce Eyes fatigue
Eyes fatigue is also called eye strain or asthenopiam, it usually occurs through heavy use of the eyes or focusing the eyes on too much of light.This is the more reason why, you have to always change your app to dark mode during the night

Now When is the Facebook Dark Mode for ios Coming
We've been waiting months for Facebook dark mode, but finally the social network's new look is starting to arrive on phones and desktops, giving you a smarter, more stylish way to browse through your news feed. But not yet fully functioning as it is expected.Yet their are ways to use dark mode both on desktop, phone or tablet.

For Desktop

First make sure you have the latest version of Chrome. If you're not sure, open the main menu, select 'Help' and then 'About Google Chrome', and the browser will find and install any available updates automatically. Now visit chrome://flags/#enable-force-dark in the address bar, and change the first drop-down box you see from 'Default' to 'Enabled'.

You'll be prompted to re-launch the browser, so make sure you save any work first. When Chrome re-opens, you'll find that every site you visit, including Facebook, now has inverted colors where appropriate. It's not yet perfect (sometimes white parts of images are turned black incorrectly), but it works quite well overall. To change back, simply return to chrome://flags/#enable-force-dark and change the setting back to 'Default'.

For Phone or Tablet

(1)Type chrome://flags/#enable-force-dark into the address (2) Change the flags 'Android web contents dark mode' and 'Android Chrome UI dark mode' to 'Enabled'. (3)Log into Facebook via Chrome and enjoy

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