Twitter Launches Night Mode for Desktop


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After rolling the design out to both Android and iOS users, Twitter has enabled Night Mode for desktop users of its platform. The company allows the feature to be turned on by clicking your profile picture and selecting “Night Mode” from the drop-down menu. This darkens the UI of the service and makes it more suitable for viewing in darker environments. Unfortunately, the feature can’t come on automatically like it can on mobile, but that function is likely not too far away.

Notably, not all Twitter users are seeing this feature yet. Luckily, both my personal and the official Matridox account are seeing the change. If you see the change on your end, hit us up.


One Reply to “Twitter Launches Night Mode for Desktop”

  1. […] Back in 2017, Twitter introduced a dark mode for its mobile apps and the web. At the time, it was something to please those begging for the company to introduce a darkened UI so users wouldn’t strain their eyes in low-light environments. But as if this comes as a surprise, some users weren’t satisfied since all Twitter’s “night mode” is is a dark blue player on top of the normal Twitter experience. Luckily, it looks like this is gonna change. […]

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