LinkedIn is planning to add a Dark Mode feature to the app

After many other leading tech platforms, LinkedIn is also all set to introduce Dark Mode in its app.

Jane Manchun Wong (an app researcher) discovered this new feature for Android mobile app of LinkedIn by unleashing the code underneath. She also released a screenshot to show how it is expected to look like.

The Dark Mode is in the initial stages of its development. Only a few sections of the app have the Dark Mode enabled, where a dark icon appears on a dark background.

The company has not announced about the Dark Mode officially, and thus it is unclear when the new feature for the professional network will be available for the public.

Other platforms like Facebook, Google Chrome, and Twitter have already introduced dark modes for their apps and websites. Most of these apps require users to manually enable the Dark Mode, which reduces the intensity of white-blue UI.

It is increasingly becoming a popular feature among people, which is specifically designed to be used at night time. Like many other apps, LinkedIn also showed interested, and following the lead, they will also be launching this new feature for their users.

However, it is yet to see when LinkedIn officially announces its release.

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