Twitter was one of the very few company to first use dark mode for their app, and now it has become popular that every company want to implement it.
Dark mode can make a user spend more time on an app—if they is reduce in brightness it can help save our eye from crying.
YouTube, Gmail and Facebook app have already use the dark mode for all their app, and it has help in saving battery and also prolong how people use the app.
Dark mode for Twitter Mobile
Know how to enable Twitter dark mode for mobile. The dark theme scheme for Twitter is a one-way simple click.
Step required for enabling the dark theme for both Android or iOS
First open the Twitter for Android and iOS, if you haven’t downloaded it you can do so here for Android and iOS then create and account or log in.
Click against your profile picture which is located at the top left corner of your mobile screen
A menu slide will open, scroll down and you will find a bulb icon (💡), toggle to the right to enable dark theme on.
Dark mode for Twitter web
Know how to enable Twitter dark mode for web. The dark mode for Twitter web is easy just as enabling dark mode for Gmail and YouTube.
Foremost, head over to www.twitter.com in your web browser. You can use any browser on your computer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and if you’re not signed in, click login at the top right corner of the screen to do so now.
Click on your profile picture at the top right of your screen a drop-down list will appear.
Select Dark mode from the drop-down list.
After enabling the dark mode option, Twitter will be set to a dark background color scheme with light text and these make it much easier to read at night.
That’s it, you can now enable dark mode for Twitter, and if you don’t like it just switch back the same way you switch it on.