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Facebook announces it's publicly testing dark mode after months of publicly testing dark mode

Facebook announces it's publicly testing dark mode after months of publicly testing dark mode

Facebook long introduced dark themes for Instagram, WhatsApp, the Messenger, even Facebook Lite and its website, but so far, its main mobile app hasn't received an official gray-and-black coat of paint. After a year of appearing and disappearing a/b tests, it seems like the company is now almost ready to fully launch the theme. In cooperation with renowned app sleuth Jane Manchun Wong, Facebook has announced that it's now publicly testing dark mode.

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Spotify working on Karaoke Mode, Group Sessions, offline playback for free users, and more

Spotify working on Karaoke Mode, Group Sessions, offline playback for free users, and more

Spotify is one of the most popular ways to stream music these days, and it isn't showing any signs of slowing down. From making podcasts a priority to adding standalone Chromecast support to the desktop app, the company continues to improve the audio experience. Now we're learning about a number of features that appear to be in the works, including karaoke capabilities and Group Sessions to make jamming out with friends easier.

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Redesigned Google Photos editor is in the works

Redesigned Google Photos editor is in the works

Google appears to be revising the user interface for its editor in Photos, relying less on iconography and more on text. The work-in-progress was first discovered by software blogger Jane Manchun Wong and may be available in testing to select users.

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Google Duo will soon let other users call you without knowing your phone number

Google Duo will soon let other users call you without knowing your phone number

Earlier this year, Google made a change to the web version of Duo that meant you could log in and start a call without having a phone number linked to your account. This made it easier for you to start a video chat but didn't help others get in touch with you. According to Jane Manchun Wong on Twitter, Google is working on a toggle that will allow people to contact you on Duo even if they only know your email address.

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