Facebook is one of them.
Facebook Messenger added its dark mode earlier this year, and we're getting the first signs that the social network's main app will follow suit.More news: Dentures got lodged in man's throat for days after surgery
Wong posted a screenshot showing how the dark theme could look in the main Facebook app. Proof of the existence of Dark Mode was discovered by researcher Jane Manchun Wong (via Android Police) who has previously been reliable in leaking upcoming features in the Facebook and Messenger apps.
As is the case with many new Facebook features, Dark Mode is likely going to go through internal testing before it sees a soft roll out to only a fraction of Facebook's user base. Wong notes that only portions of the app have been revamped with dark mode thus far, meaning that you'll often see mishaps like dark text on a dark background. So it might be a while before Facebook's mobile dark mode gets a wide rollout.More news: Great Feeling of Relief when Transfer Window Closes: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
With Dark Mode being all the rage right now, it's unsurprising to hear of many apps that have either recently received a dark mode for their UI or are at least working on one. As you can see in the screenshot above, the dark mode definitely isn't ready for public consumption just yet, but it's clear that its development is well underway.More news: CHP officer, suspect killed in Riverside gun battle