Over two months ago, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that the company was revamping Twitter's dark mode - changing it from a dark blue color to a black theme. The iOS users can update their app to use Lights Out as soon as possible. That's according to Engadget, who got a statement on Android support from Twitter.
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In order to access it, users simply need to head to the "Display and sound" menu within Settings, activate Dark Mode, and then select "Lights Out".
Twitter's new dark mode will be more pleasing and will save more battery life of your device. This one had promised a dark mode that really spared your battery. Lights out however, is totally black, and emits no light because the pixels are turned off. Users just have to tick on the one they prefer.
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Twitter is also bringing its 'Automatic Dark Mode' option to iOS, which is already available on Android.
In addition to this, Twitter also notes that the expansion of its dark mode options will open the door for it to build more accessibility color palettes and tools in future.
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The feature is not available for Android users yet. Recent reports suggested that dark mode is also coming to Google Keep (aka Keep Notes), while it remains to be seen if the same will happen with Gmail.