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Windows 7: Dark mode now available globally in Facebook Messenger settings

15 Apr 2019   #1

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
Dark mode now available globally in Facebook Messenger settings

After a month-long Easter Egg activation with countless crescent moon emojis, we are excited to announce that everyone around the world will be able to activate dark mode in Messenger with a simple toggle switch from settings. The toggle is rolling out globally today.

To activate, simply tap your profile photo in Messenger to access your settings and toggle on dark mode to switch the chat aesthetic from white to black.


Messenger’s dark mode provides lower brightness while maintaining contrast and vibrancy. Dark mode cuts down the glare from your phone for use in low light situations, so you can use the Messenger features you love no matter when or where you are.

Missed activating the Easter Egg? Relive the moon shower by sending a crescent moon emoji in any chat.

Source: Dark mode is now available globally in Messenger settings Messenger News

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