Twitter officially announced today that the iOS app is receiving an update that will bring with it Night Mode. This will enable a dark-themed interface for the app, which should make it easier to keep tabs on what’s happening within your feed even when the lights are off.
— Twitter (@twitter) August 22, 2016
Rolling out today – we’re bringing night mode to iOS!
Turning on the new feature is easy enough: Tap on the Gear icon to access the Settings, and then just switch over the “Turn on night mode.” If you want to turn it off, just follow the same steps and deactivate the feature.
The update for Twitter begins rolling out today.
Night mode can be enabled by tapping on the gear icon and choosing the “Turn on night mode” option. It is disabled in the same way, by tapping the gear icon and selecting “Turn off night mode.”
Night mode should be a welcome addition for those iOS users who have been hoping Apple will implement its own Night Mode option, as it makes the Twitter interface much darker and more comfortable to look at in low light conditions.