The Facebook Inc. application is displayed for a photograph on an Apple Inc. iPhone in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

The color changing feature of Twitter, which was offered long ago, comes to Facebook with a slightly different structure. Jane Manchun Wong, a Twitter user known for his accurate leaks, shared Facebook’s new feature. Facebook will offer adaptive color feature!

Facebook adaptive color feature is coming!
Twitter had offered panel color change to users a long time ago. Thanks to this feature, while you could choose different colors for your tabs and profile on Twitter, you could also use two different night mode features. According to information leaked today, it is working on a Facebook-like feature.

Changes made by Facebook’s Android app’s color settings over the past few weeks have leaked. In these changes, colors and backgrounds were not harmonious, so they were subjected to bad criticism by some users. The pale colors, adjusted to the profile picture, did not offer a very nice design.

Today, engineer Jane Manchun Wong, known for his accurate leaks, shared a new version of the adaptive color settings developed by Facebook on Twitter. With the adaptive color settings, the colors will automatically adapt according to the cover photo in your profile.

The application, which defines the most dominant color in the cover image as the background color, will thus provide a better view. Of course, since this feature is still in the trial phase, we do not have the chance to experience the feature in our own accounts. However, the feature is expected to be rolled out to devices regionally within a few weeks.

In addition, Facebook is likely to come up with a Twitter-like color panel.

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