Twitter for iOS gets Night Mode too

Twitter for iOS gets Night Mode

Twitter for iOS gets Night Mode, As for IOS users Twitter has been finally treated to night mode. Since July, one of the features that have been incompatible to Android.

The night mode allows you to “tweet in the dark” according to Twitter’s words. If the night mode is enabled once, it transforms the shade of the Twitter app from white to navy blue and changes the color of the text from black to white. This feature has been designed to make it simpler for the interaction of app in low light conditions and also for browsing.

You can toggle night mode on and off at any time within the app with the installation of the Twitter update. The thing you should do is just

  • Click the gear icon that exists on your profile tab.

GEAR icon on header

  • Then select the settings option.


  • You will find the Night mode under the “display and sound” section.

find the Night mode under the “display and sound” section

  • In the display and sound section, it can be enabled and disabled by swiping left or right.

In July, The Night mode is landed on Twitter for Android. At that time, Twitter made a promise for iOS rollout which has arrived now almost a month later. Previously this feature was available on the popular Android Twitter client Falcon Pro. Falcon Pro developer Joaquim Vergès has been nabbed by Twitter to work on its official app last year as noted by The Verge.

The verge

Vergès shared a series of tweets in the lead-up to the night mode Android launch confirming that he works on a “massive visual change” for the Twitter app. Earlier this month, beta users of iOS Twitter began seeing the feature hinting that its rollout was imminent.

In the month of June, the Twitter’s biggest design change embraced Google’s Material Design guidelines for its Android app marked by Night mode. It’s long alternations those are promised for the core experience that includes the updates to the type of the media. As it counts the 140 character limit of a tweet that remains in the pipeline.

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