Facebook appeared a makeover for its main application called FB5 on Tuesday and said the organization is making a noteworthy move in how it’s run.
At the phase at the F8 developer conference, we got a gander at the major new Facebook design set out toward iOS and desktop that brings a fresh out of the box new UI and logo, just as a look at new highlights and changes for Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp.
It will be the greatest change in five years, albeit apparently, it’s the most intense change to Facebook’s site since 2011, when the organization presented the course of events.
Concerning what’s changing, Facebook said that the blue menu bar that has been a piece of the site since the absolute starting point will be supplanted by a cleaner interface with a progressively moderate reasonableness.
Likewise, icon will likewise be changed to the more exuberant and present day. The organization is additionally re-composing the code for its site and application from scratch to make them quicker.
“This redesign makes it easy for people to go from public spaces to more private ones, like Groups. There are tens of millions of active groups on Facebook. When people find the right one, it often becomes the most meaningful part of how they use Facebook. Today, more than 400 million people on Facebook belong to a group that they find meaningful. That’s why we’re introducing new tools that will make it easier for you to discover and engage with groups of people who share your interests.”
Mentioned by Mark Zuckerburg
The FB5 update will likewise add Dark Mode to the desktop site to facilitate your retinas when utilizing your PC around evening time. This new UI configuration is being tried through a server-side switch.
There is no particular setting accessible in the application that changes to the new UI, and we haven’t found any external strategy to drive this new UI. So, starting at now, there is no real way to give this a shot.