Published: Thu, September 07, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

You can now activate night mode on Twitter website

You can now activate night mode on Twitter website

Well, Twitter's iOS and Android apps have offered the feature since a year ago, but now, it's available on the desktop. Turning it on will change the background of the app into a dark blue colour with white text that helps a user to read in low-to-no light conditions without causing eye strain. It also makes my cover art (a picture of a print I purchased of the X-Men's Charles Xavier drawn by terrific Canadian comic artist and illustrator Michael Cho) look even more intimidating, which is to my liking.

Twitter rolled out the night mode feature for its Android and iOS app back in July and August previous year, respectively. I'd recommend it - if only because it seems more fitting for modern Twitter. Just click on the "Night Mode" feature option from the drop-down menu again and you'll be reverted back to your original settings. "You can now enable night mode on http://twitter.com!"

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The feature, which was rolled out on Wednesday, is yet to reach all accounts so you might not be able to use it instantly.

Click on your profile photo then select Night Mode that is the last option and has a moon icon on the desktop to allow Night Mode. On Android devices, open Twitter - tap either the navigation menu icon or your profile icon - next to Night mode, drag the slider to turn on or off.

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