Twitter app for Android gets OLED-friendly dark mode in alpha version
Twitter had rolled out an OLED-friendly dark mode called ‘Lights out’ for iOS devices back in March. Now, Twitter is rolling out the dark theme to Android users as well.
🇬🇧🇺🇸 Twitter “Lights Out”(black) mode is now available for Android! It looks awesome.
🇪🇸 El modo negro de Twitter ya disponible para Android. Se ve de maravilla. pic.twitter.com/303vWQI30F
— Hernán Castañón (@herna) October 17, 2019
Difference between Twitter ‘Lights Out’ mode Twitter dark mode
The ‘Lights Out’ mode is different from the current dark mode on Android devices. The ‘Lights Out’ mode turns the UI of the app to pitch black instead of dark blue.
I just found out that Twitter already have an option for “Lights Out” in Dark Mode. I know we all hated that navy blue dark mode so here’s the better alternative pic.twitter.com/3HlIUmS3g0
— drixter (@drixteraustin) October 19, 2019
Twitter’s OLED Powered ‘Lights Out’ mode protects eyes when we use the app in the night low light. This mode also does a better job of power consumption.
How to enable Lights Out mode theme on Twitter Andriod & iOS
the new OLED-friendly dark mode is available for users on alpha version 8.19.0-alpha.03 of Twitter for Android.
If you are using the alpha version of the Android app, you can enable the ‘Lights Out’ mode easily.
- Open your Twitter Mobile App
- Go to Setting
- Now click on: privacy > Display and sound >
- Now you will see the option to “Dark mode appearance”
- Select Dark mode or ‘Lights Out’ mode
You can enable the lights out dark mode under the Settings and privacy > Display and sound > Dark mode appears.
At present, users have to manually enable this option. there is no information about when the automatic dark mode will come to Android.
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