How to activate dark mode on Twitter

Twitter is one of the most used social networks today , either to keep you informed of the main news in your country, to find out about people’s opinions on a specific topic or even to read and share your own experiences with the internet people.

This social network undoubtedly represents the favorite platform of many people who have a great attachment to its dynamics, and the quality of Twitter is multiplied with very useful functions such as the dark mode , which gives both a more attractive appearance to the feed, as well as an aid to its users who rest their eyes a little because they do not receive so much direct white light.

If you usually use Twitter, but you still don’t know how to activate dark mode on this social network, then you don’t have to worry because this time we will teach you how to activate dark mode on Twitter .

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  1. What are the differences between the different modes of Twitter’s dark mode?
    1. ‘Lights out’ dark mode
    2. ‘Dim’ dark mode
  2. How do I put the dark mode on my Twitter account from any device?
    1. In the iPhone app
    2. With the website
    3. Using the Android app

What are the differences between the different modes of Twitter’s dark mode?

The dark mode of Twitter has a very curious peculiarity and that is that it has two background modes that can be chosen by users according to their tastes, these being the dark mode and the dim mode.

‘Lights out’ dark mode

It could be said that this mode is the traditional one mounted by many other applications such as Instagram , Facebook or WhatsApp, because basically what this mode does is give a black background to the entire application interface.

Beyond the benefits that practically all dark modes already have on mobile phones, this one does not have anything out of the ordinary to highlight, and this is called “Lights out” , because it differs from the other modality (dim mode) by giving the interface a black background that refers of course to the lack of “Light”.

‘Dim’ dark mode

This modality of Twitter’s dark mode is what could be called “extraordinary”, since not many other applications actually mount a system like this.

The dim mode basically gives a dark background, but without turning black to the application interface. Specifically, it mounts a very dark blue background that is certainly more pleasing to the eye and that could be framed between the light mode (all white) and the dark mode “Lights out” (all black).

How do I put the dark mode on my Twitter account from any device?

Today Twitter can be used from mobile devices through the application, either on Android or Apple, and on computers through the official website of the social network. Whatever device it is, there is a method so that you can place the Twitter interface with dark modes (dim or lights out) and we will teach you:

In the iPhone app

To put the dark mode on your iPhone or iPad (the method is the same), you must previously have the official Twitter application installed on your device. When you are in the application, you must click on the icon with the 3 horizontal dots and enter the “Settings and privacy” section.

Then, in the “General” section, you must enter the “Screen and sound” section. In that part you will see among the options that of “Dark mode”, click on it and a menu will open where you must click on the box to activate the mode and choose between the option of “Light night” or “Dark night” .

With the website

From the Twitter website the process to put the dark mode is very simple. You must go to the Settings and privacy section> Accessibility, screen and languages> Show> Select between dark night, light night or default.

Using the Android app

If you use Twitter from an Android device and you want to put the application in dark mode, you must follow these steps; First go to the “Settings and privacy” section> Accessibility> Display> Dark mode> Check the “On” option and choose between “Light night” and “Dark night”.


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