It’s only available on Android 10 and Pie.
Users running iOS 13 can now enjoy one of the best features to come to the iPhone in Instagram.
Facebook is finally getting around to this.
Google has begun rolling out version 74 of its Chrome web browser that adds dark mode support to Windows 10. The feature previously was made available on macOS through version 73. The update is available for macOS, Windows, and Linux users. To enable dark mode, you’ll have to go into Continue Reading
Now, you don’t have to send moon emojis to your friends.
The feature is now available for iOS and Android thanks to a simple hack.
The iPad might also get a redesigned UI.
Google has begun rolling out version 5.5 of the Google News app to Android users that adds a single, standout feature: a dark mode. Located in the Settings section of the app, you can enable the dark mode to always appear when you use the app which darkens the interface Continue Reading
Google today announced its updating the YouTube mobile apps for iOS and Android with a dark mode that darkens certain elements of the app’s interface for a more cinematic experience. The company added the feature to the desktop version of YouTube last year and has been met with much demand Continue Reading
Dark Mode on OS X as of now is a little limited… Okay, I’m sugar-coating that, it’s really limited. If you activate the secondary “theme”, all you get is a dark Dock and menu bar. That’s it. Everything else is blindingly white like System Preferences, Safari, Messages, Mail, etc. However, Continue Reading
It was rumored that in iOS 10, Apple would bring a system wide dark mode to iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches to make a user’s experience feel more customizable and easier to view in darker environments. However, the only dark mode we say at WWDC was in tvOS 10 which, Continue Reading