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Twitter now has a 'darker' mode to save your iPhone's battery

Twitter now has a 'darker' mode to save your iPhone's battery

The company Tweeted the announcement yesterday and said that it has dubbed this new dark mode -this time with a true black background- "lights out".

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.

Since few of you are iOS users and only care about Android, I can only tell you that Android support is coming "soon". A handful of Google Apps, Facebook Messenger, Skype, and a ton more all offer the slick aesthetic option. The mode works on all panels, however, on the LCD screen the black pixels will light up the same when you activate it. However, none of our Android devices had the feature quite yet, so we weren't able to test it out.

Twitter has finally listened to the most anticipated demand from its users and has provided battery-saving Dark Mode.

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But, potentially, additional color options for profile displays may be available for real in future, via these new dark mode settings.

If you still like the blue-and-gray dark mode better, which is presently named Dim, don't stress since it's not going anyplace.

Twitter was amongst the early ones to release a night mode for its app. With Lights Out, you really get a black background that should, in theory, be easier on the eyes and your phone's battery. This brings the true benefit of dark mode for those that might still prefer to see Twitter's original colors during the day.