If you are a Twitter user like me, you will tell me that this social network has been in Dark Mode for a long time. In fact, since 2016, Twitter has had a "dark blue" mode, and this is about to evolve on Android.
As discovered by Android Police, the social network will embark on the dark mode trend that landed in operating systems in 2019. The big difference is that it has a truly black tone that will help OLED displays save battery power.
The discovery was made by user Hernán Castañon, who is part of the Alpha program and has version 8.19.0 of the Android application. As we see in the pictures, the real dark mode is about to reach everyone on Twitter.
In addition to the usual choice between white and dark blue background, the user will be able to make two choices in Dark Mode. Then you can choose between the dark blue you already know and the black (lights out).
Note that this mode on Twitter was announced in March for iOS in March, but only begins to see the "night light" on Android now. The version is, for now, limited to test users, and appears to be server side. That is, even for those who have the Alpha version is a guarantee already have this mode.
If you want to join the Twitter for Android experiment group, you can do so. After this step, we are expected to see this true Dark Mode available to all Twitter users very soon.
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