With Flipboard dark mode launched last year, you can’t possibly be wrong by going dark. The dark mode is up, and it wants to help you increased your device battery life. With dark mode, you can stay longer on-screen and reduce your eye strain.
Flipboard just recently released dark mode for its app — they previously have dark mode available for their web-based version and iOS. And just before 2020 breaks off they made the feature available on the Android app.
Reading the news on Flipboard and your eyes want to just pop out, you can go for the dark mode option. You can read long on screen and get the news that matters to you in time.
To get all our previous articles on available dark mode apps, go to our dark mode section.
Setting up dark mode for Flipboard is just a click away from your profile. From there you can turn on dark mode for Flipboard in no time — like the Instagram dark mode.
Before you can turn on dark mode for Flipboard, you need to update your Flipboard app. If you haven’t, you can download an update from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
Flipboard dark mode on Android
If you have an Android phone, you can turn on dark mode on Flipboard, even for none Android 10 users.
Open the Flipboard Android app.
Go to your profile.
Click on settings.
Go to “Theme.”
And the select the “Dark” mode option.
You can also use the system-wide display settings if you are using Android 10 or a newer updated OS.
Flipboard dark mode on iOS
Dark Mode can be turned on for iOS device using the system-wide display dark mode by going to Display & Brightness settings. To enable Flipboard dark mode for iOS here are the steps to turning it on: