Twitter Adds More Options To The Dark Mode On iOS; Small Bio In Notifications To Follow

Twitter’s obsession with the Dark Mode continues as they have removed more lights in the latest addition, called ‘Lights Out’, to the updated iOS version. This all black color palette in the interface will put less burden on the eyes and iOS users can now also enjoy the automatic dark mode with it, two years after its initial inclusion to the android devices.

The announcements came in via an official tweet by Twitter, in which they claimed to fulfill user’s promise of making the app even more dark. To enjoy this feature on an iOS device, all you first have to do is update the Twitter app from the app store, open the app and then follow these steps: Hit the Profile button on top > Settings and Privacy > Display and Sound > Dark Mode > Lights Out.

This will provide you two options now in Dark Mode to choose from – Dim has blue and grey palette while Lights Out is going to be all dark.

Along with that, the Automatic Dark Mode was indeed being missed for a long time and considering its importance, it has finally arrived to the iOS. This feature lets the app switch the theme automatically according to the different environments and time zones as well.

There is also a quick access gesture for dark mode in which all you have to do is swipe right and hold down the light bulb icon at the bottom to access dark mode. You can also adjust your themes or turn on/off the automatic dark mode from here.

Furthermore, Red Squirrel Marketing has also shared a screenshot on their Twitter handle presenting that users will now be able to see a small bio of every new follower in the notifications section, hence making the decision of connecting with the other easier.

Happy tweeting!

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