Twitter offers a Night Mode that causes the site to display darker colors in both the Twitter Mobile app and on Twitter Desktop, which is when you use a desktop browser such as Chrome, Firefox, or Android to access Twitter. These darker colors produce less light and thus do not bother other people in the room, are easier on the eyes when viewing Twitter in the dark, and arguably look better.
This guide will walk you through enabling Twitter Night Mode on both the mobile app and within a desktop browser such as Chrome, Firefox, or Edge. While your on Twitter, do not forget to follow us for other great tips and technology news!
While the below instructions show images in the iOS Twitter app, the instructions should work on Android as well. Enabling Twitter Night Mode in in Twitter Mobile is really simple. Just follow these brief steps and you can start using Twitter comfortably in the dark.
To exit out of Twitter Night Mode for Mobile, simply repeat the steps and tap the moon icon again. Your mobile app will go back to its normal colors.
While the below instructions show images from Firefox, the instructions will work the same regardless of the browser you are using. To enable Night Mode in Twitter Desktop, just follow these steps:
To exit Night Mode on Twitter Desktop, simply repeat these steps and click on the Night Mode option again.
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