Smartphones and Dark Mode go hand in hand. Screens can be bright, which strains the eyes and drains the battery, and the dark mode can stress both sides. It is ideal for night-time browsing, but also for general use, especially black-and-white OLED displays. The dark mode, also called night mode, is particularly suitable for tweets, and Twitter makes switching easier.
If you're an avid Twitter user, you know that Twitter has a Dark Mode since 2016. By March 2019, Twitter had only one option for Dark Mode. The company rolled out an OLED night mode called "Lights out" on March 28th. While this mode looks great on any smartphone, those with an OLED display really notice a difference in surfing.
: Activate the Dark Mode (Previously) Night Mode)
Enabling the "Dark Mode" (formerly "Night Mode") in the Twitter app is actually quite easy. First, make sure you are on the main page of one of the four tabs at the bottom of the display. Just tap one of them if you are not.
Then tap your profile icon in the top left corner or swipe right from the left side of the screen. At the bottom left of the menu, tap the light bulb (iOS) or the crescent moon (Android, some iOS versions). Alternatively, under iOS, you can long press on the light bulb and then tap the slider next to "Dark Mode".
You can also go the longer way by tapping Settings and Privacy in the Settings menu and then View and Sound. "The settings for the" Dark Mode "are displayed here.
The first time you enable the" Dark Mode ", Twitter may ask you if you do I would like to turn the option on and off automatically depending on the time of day.If you chose Not Now and select Yes, you can turn this option on at any time.
For iPhones with a lightbulb icon, this is the quickest way to press this icon When the submenu is displayed, you can activate the automatic dark mode by tapping the slider.
For all devices, including the iPhone, if you want to go all the way, go back to the pull-down menu and touch Settings and Privacy ". Then select "Display and Sound". On iOS, you can just tap "Auto Dark Mode" and Twitter will respond accordingly. On Android, tap Night Mode, and then tap Automatically at Sunset.