- Dark mode for Twitter is very easy to enable.
- You can also pick a different highlight color.
- You can use 3 options, Default, Dim, Light Out.
Twitter rollout Dark mode for Mobile Devices & Desktops. Dark Mode for twitter looks better than other sites like Facebook and Whatsapp. And enabling dark mode can also be beneficial if you struggle with the contrast of black text on a white background.
Dark mode for Twitter is also very easy to enable, though, with two different variations to choose from on mobile devices, it’s not quite as straightforward as it might seem. Here’s how to do it. Switching to dark mode can also be beneficial if you struggle with the contrast of black text on a white background.
If you’re scrolling through your Twitter timeline at night, enabling dark mode will help cut down the glare and make the experience more comfortable.
Turn on dark mode for Twitter on iOS and Android
We seen Twitter for Android and iOS has two dark modes: one with a dark blue background called Dim. and another with a black background called Lights out.
Turn on dark mode for Twitter on the desktop
Twitter’s appearance to change manually, open the ‘Settings and Privacy’ menu, then select ‘Display’ and take your pick from the three options provided: Default, Dim, and Lights Out.
You can also pick a different highlight color here (options include blue, yellow, pink, purple, orange or green), which make the site more good to use in dark mode.
Lights Out recently have been added to the Android app. If it doesn’t appear in the menu, open your phone’s settings and scroll down to ‘Apps’. Find Twitter in the list, tap it and select ‘Force stop’, then clear the app’s data. Re-launch Twitter and the Lights Out option should now be available.