There is good news for the folks who love watching YouTube videos at night. Google has introduced Dark Mode in its popular entertainment app! That means, your eyes will no longer burn or strain while watching videos at night. So, head over to enable Dark Mode on YouTube on your iPhone and iPad to enhance your user experience.

To use this feature, you must have YouTube for iOS version 13.01.4 or later on your device. As it's a phased release, it might not yet be available on your device. Read on…

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How to Enable Dark Mode in YouTube on iPhone and iPad

How to Turn On Dark Mode on YouTube on iPhone or iPad

Apart from preventing your eyes from straining, the dark theme can also be good for the health of the battery life of your iOS device. (Want to turn on the dark mode on YouTube on the web? Jump over here.)

Step #1. Make sure you have updated YouTube to the latest version. To do so, open App Store → Updates → locate YouTube and then hit the Update button.

Once the app is updated, open it on your iOS device.

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Step #2. Now, you need to tap on your Profile at the upper-right corner.

Tap on Profile in YouTube App on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on Settings.

Tap on Settings in YouTube App on iPhone

Step #4. Next, turn on the switch next to Dark Theme.

Enable Dark Mode in YouTube on iPhone

Up next, tap on  “X” at the top-left corner to exit settings.

Exit YouTube Settings on iPhone or iPad

Check out the dark interface. Doesn't it look impressive? It's time to find some great videos and watch them with absolute fun!

How to Disable Dark Mode on YouTube

You have enjoyed watching your movie in the dark mode. But now you don't want it anymore.

Step #1. Launch YouTube on your iOS device → Profile → Settings.

Step #2. Now, turn off the switch next to Dark Theme.

That's done!

Make the most of the Dark Mode to bolster your movie watching experience. And do let us know your feedback about it in the comments. Also, tell us about the features you like most about this app.

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