Since Facebook rolled out the dark theme for its Messenger previous year, it was being speculated that the company will roll out dark mode for its mobile app. On desktop, users can enable and disable it from a toggle switch in the Settings drop-down menu.
The report also quoted a Facebook spokesperson confirming that Facebook is indeed rolling out the Dark Mode for its mobile application but only for "a small percentage of users globally right now".
Exactly when the Facebook mobile app will update in full with dark mode in tact, however, doesn't yet have an official date stamped on it. The feature has been available for desktop users since last month. Some users posted screenshots of Facebook Dark Mode on Twitter, which appears as an option in the Facebook app settings. After all, it is the only app in the company's umbrella, which includes WhatsApp and Instagram, to not have Dark Mode. The major highlight of the new design was the support for dark mode.
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Protests against police brutality and bias in law enforcement have occurred across the country following Floyd's death. Mr Floyd, from Minneapolis, died after a white police officer pressed his knee into his neck for nearly nine minutes.
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His rival Rafał Trzaskowski, representing the Civic Platform opposition party, received 30.4% of the votes, local media reported. As of Sunday, Poland had almost 34,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among its 38 million people, with over 1,400 deaths.
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On the win over Toon, Guardiola added: "First we are in the semi-final, it was not easy to attack against defenders so, so deep. It just goes to show, he went away as a youngster and played games and now we welcome him back".