This is the type of news that doesn’t usually make headlines: Twitter now has a dark mode.
It’s an Android-only update for now and you can switch to the new night (dark) mode. But it should potentially be rolled out to iOS soon.
Simply swipe left to bring out the app navigation menu and tap on “Night mode.” That will turn your Twitter screen to some sort of a “negative” of what it usually look like which will make it much easier on your eyes in darker environments.
— Twitter (@Twitter) July 26, 2016
The dark mode is not entirely new to Twitter as it was part of the previous update of Twitter for mac, but this is the first time Twitter brings it to its mobile app.
So, useful add, or simple gimmick?
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