Facebook Lite for Android gets dark mode before the main Facebook app

We have seen many popular apps implement some form of dark mode in their user interface and Facebook is not to be left behind. The company has already started to roll-out the feature in their other apps, namely Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp. We also saw Facebook testing a dark UI for their website, and a dark mode for their Facebook app seemed inevitable. However, what we didn’t expect was the Facebook Lite getting the feature before the main Facebook app.

Dark Mode on Facebook Lite for Android can be toggled on or off under the settings tab.

Facebook Lite is a stripped-down version of the Facebook app. With a much smaller package size, it requires less resources to run, hence works perfectly on low-spec devices and in areas with poor internet connectivity. Its user interface is stripped down and blocky, but it still retains all the important features of Facebook. As a bonus, it does not require Facebook Messenger to send and receive messages. The messaging functionality is built-in to the app.

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With dark mode reaching Facebook Lite, we hope this is a sign that we will see the feature in the main Facebook app somewhere in the near future.

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