How to use Dark Mode on Twitter
Here is a step-by-step guide to use Twitter’s ‘Lights Out’ mode on your Android smartphone.
Dark Mode is quite popular. Google and Apple have both offered Dark Mode on their operating systems for a couple of years now. Thanks to several requests from users, most of the well known apps on these platforms now include a dark theme. However, sometimes the settings to enable dark modes in these apps are not very easily accessible and there a specific ways to turn them on based on the app you are using. Today, we are going to tell you how to use the mode on your Twitter application.
Step 1: Open the Twitter app on your phone (Android).
Step 2: Tap on the menu button on the top left corner.
Step 3: Scroll down to enter “Settings and privacy.”
Step 4: Tap on “Display and sound”.
Step 5: Tap on the “Dark Mode.”
Step 6: Here, you can turn on or off the mode.
Step 7: You can also choose to automatically activate dark mode at sunset.
Choose the setting you prefer and exit.
In case you did not know, Twitter also gives you a “Dim” option. It offers a relatively lighter intensity of dark theme. The “Lights Out” will fully implement the Dark Mode — which looks great for those with AMOLED screens, especially at night.
To use the Dim mode, follow the above-mentioned steps 1 to 5. Now, choose the Dim mode and exit the application.
Bonus: How to start Twitter Spaces
Spaces, Twitter's Clubhouse-like service, is now available to more users, including those on the Android platform. The new service allows users to host audio-based chat rooms on the social networking platform. You can also join others' Spaces as listeners and request to participate. Twitter Spaces is becoming quite popular. If you have not gotten started with the feature, here's how it works:
Open the Twitter app on your phone.
Now, long press on the compose button.
You will notice a new Spaces icon.
Tap on the icon to start a new Spaces conversation.
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