Even before hitting the sack, I like keeping an eye on what’s making the headlines everywhere. I prefer using Safari to browse a bit more efficiently. To ensure my eyes don’t burn or get strained out, I make sure to enable Dark Mode in Safari on my iPhone or iPad.

Apple’s web browser offers multiple themes to boost your reading experience. For instance, you can choose dark for a more convenient reading at nights and go for yellow if you wish to avoid brightness. And yes, there is also the grey theme to pick from which could be very handy if you don’t want to embrace darkness completely.

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How To Enable Dark Mode in Safari on iPhone and iPad

How to Enable Dark Mode in Safari on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Safari on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, head over to any website which articles you want to read in dark mode.

Step #3. Next, tap on the Reader mode button in the search bar.

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Tap on Reader Mode Icon in Safari on iPhone or iPad

Step #4. Next up, tap on the text button.

Tap on Text Icon in Safari on iPhone or iPad

Step #5. Up next, you have four themes to choose from: Normal, Slightly Yellow, Grey and Dark. Select the dark option.

Enable Dark Mode in Safari on iPhone or iPad

Voila! Behold, the entire screen has turned dark, thereby making it much easier for your eyes to read.

Check out the several fonts like Athelas, Charter, Lowan, and Georgia. Don’t forget to make the most of them bolster your reading experience.

Once you have read the article, you can disable the dark mode just by tapping on the text button and then hitting the dark theme button.

Video: How to Enable Dark Mode in Safari on iPhone and iPad

That’s pretty much it!

Wrapping up

If you want to have a more holistic experience, you can always enable dark mode for your entire device. And just in case, you are in love with this mode and wish to keep an eye on the apps that support it, head over to this post.

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