Even though I’ve liked using Twitter’s Night Mode, I had been waiting for a full-fledged dark mode that could take advantage of the OLED screen of my iPhone. After a long wait, the app has finally listened to my wish with a much better implementation.
Apart from providing the blue/grey theme, the news app has now added “Lights Out” with the pitch-black color palette. On top of all, you can choose to turn on the automatic dark mode in the Twitter app for iOS to use the app comfortably at nights. The best part about this feature is that it gets activated itself in the evening and disabled in the morning. Let me help you put this neat feature into action!
How to Enable Automatic Dark Mode in Twitter on iOS device
Sticky note: Be sure Twitter is updated on your device. To do so, head over to App Store → Updates and then look for the app and hit the Update button.
Step #1. Launch the Twitter app on your iOS device.
Step #2. Now, ensure that the home tab is selected at the bottom. Tap on your profile icon at the top left.
Step #4. Up next, you have multiple options.
If you want to set the dark mode to automatically turn on in Twitter app in the evening or morning, toggle the Automatic dark mode switch to ON position.
Should you want to have manual control over this feature, turn on the switch next to Dark Mode. Now, you get two options:
Dim: It’s the same Night Mode (Blue/grey color) that had existed in Twitter since 2016. If you want to have a slightly low-intensity dark theme, go for this option.
Lights Out: It’s the all-new dark mode (pure black color palette) that has arrived with the latest update. Should you want to have a full-fledged dark theme, it’s the way to go.
There you go! Now, use your device more comfortably as your eyes will no longer feel strained. As a result, you will also have better sleep. Later, if you decide to turn off Twitter’s Dark Mode, follow the steps explained above and then turn off the toggle in the end.
Personally, I’ve found this new add-on worth having a go. Twitter had introduced this feature for its Android in 2017. Since then many iOS users had been asking for it. And I’m really glad that Twitter has listened to the feelings of Twitterati just like Facebook Messenger.
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