And as well as saving storage, you’ll seemingly get access to dark mode earlier too. Since the new feature is a server-side change, you won’t need to download an update for the app to get dark mode, it’ll just appear.

The news comes as 91Mobiles reports that Facebook has started to roll out dark mode to desktop users in India.

Dark mode trades the glaringly white portions of the user interface with dark greys or pitch-blacks. It’s designed to make browsing a little easier on your eyes late at night. However, it can also boost battery life on devices with an OLED device, which helps explain why users are clamouring for dark mode support in some of their most frequently-used apps, like WhatsApp and Facebook, as these tend to be the ones that drain the most battery.